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November 12 2014

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My adventures at the art institute today

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November 03 2014

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the other day i went with a friend to the museum, and outside its entrance, was greeted with this:

eight cats. sitting there. perfectly still. everyone around them was cooing and taking pictures but those cats did not budge. for a moment i was actually wondering whether that was supposed to be some sort of experimental new performance art.

but then one lady came out of the museum and they all got up and followed after her. good god, i hope they’re her cats. i hope they do this everywhere she goes. just follow after her and patiently wait outside every building she enters like the world’s most disciplined children.image

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May 14 2013



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February 24 2013

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Color Me ____ art exhibit at Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, featuring Andrew Neyer and Andy J. Miller.

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February 13 2013



Panoramic Rainbow Walkway Illuminates ARoS Museum

Want to see more? View Olafur Eliasson’s “Your rainbow panorama” through the ARoS location page and the #ARoS hashtag.

Imagine what it would be like to live inside of a rainbow. That is exactly what Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has created in his rooftop installation, “Your rainbow panorama.” Positioned atop ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, a 10-story art museum located in Århus, Denmark, the elevated walkway yields a spectacular 360-degree view of the city.

Made entirely out of glass with panels in every color of the spectrum, the rainbow installation’s walkway measures 150 meters (492 feet) around. It’s also visible from a great distance throughout the surrounding area, acting as a multicolored compass for those navigating Århus both during the day and at night when spotlights installed in the floor light it up from inside. The project, as Olafur Eliasson explains, inspires a rich dialogue between visual arts and architecture.

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December 12 2011



Roadtrip entry from Valetudo when she's in Indonesia. They went in a puppet museum.

this one is a post on it’s own because the puppets here are amazing. puppets are big in Jakarta culture, much like the Barong of Bali. people find it surprising when i’m interested in things like these, it’s not hard to imagine why. the stories behind every puppet and every act is different, you could learn a lot about the country’s history and culture through them. i couldn’t remember all their names, sorry ;; they’re so different from the Malaysian puppets, they come in all shapes and sizes.

i like this one because it’s literally giving me a very big clawed third finger. good puppet.

my sister likes this one because she said “it’s dressed like a badass”. ok..

you can tell that i like everything here because errybody has sharp teeth and claws and looks funny.

the white-faced one is Hanuman, which i recognize because the malaysian version has it too.

“check out my weird-shaped mofo dragon”

i don’t want to mess with this guy. a belt of corpses is serious business.


these puppets are part of a series that aired in jakarta in the 1980s, titled ‘Si Unyil’. i like how the other characters have names like Unyil or Nenek Sihir but the guy is just called Penjahat meaning bad guy… lol.

i wasn’t expecting this at all.. seriously. some of the other tourists didn’t dare to go near them because of phobias?? the locals use them to dance around during special occasions. 

orgy puppet, now i’ve seen everything in jakarta….

finally, the curator’s cats just chillin’ and watching over their silent buddies.


So my friend Stephanie said these are her favourites from the puppet museum.. she said they have beards like real men and look badass as fuck and nobody should mess with these WARRIORS. 

Bitch, please. This puppet is dapper as hell and he has THUGS with keris swords.

Obviously this is my favourite puppet in the entire museum.. he’s like the Ken doll of Jakarta ok. I wanted to buy a replica of this but the curator said custom orders would take up to a week so I cried silently, you cannot hold my feels. Next year I’ll go with Andang and stay there for two weeks.

This is an appreciation post for dapper puppet.



April 01 2011

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March 20 2011

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I don't get what's with the unisex bathrooms though.
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