[8.26.16] today i bought makeup and did makeup on myself for like the first time ever in my life and it was neat. (i just wanted my face to look even and natural, not like… the fancy eye and lip stuff or anythin) then i had to go to a screening in film village of Philadelphia and i literally drenched the collar of my shirt with tears


Anonymous said: Y'know Stevonnie and Farris remind me of eachother a bit. Beautiful agender/nonbinary ethereal level beings with big noses, great hair, and lazy-casual-fab fashion sense. 👌👌👌

i’ve gotten messages comparing the pair of them and/or confusing them for each other more than once, and i was going to give this a snarky/funny answer when i got it

…and then yesterday’s episode happened

and now i’m just Upset

tfw you think you found someone else who Gets It and then it’s just two smols temporarily being a tol


Thomas Jorion

Traces of Empire

The history of the former French colonies is nothing if not controversial. For many in contemporary France, the entire era is a difficult subject; the successive conquest of foreign places, the claiming of lands from Quebec to the Caribbean, from North Africa to India to China, belongs to an era of imperial ambition that is now discredited or worse. But the colonial era is also ripe for historical narrative, for tales of adventurous men and women setting out into the unknown, sailing to the other side of the world, seeking fortune and freedom, a new life and a new world. That social and political era is over; but the visible evidence of French presence persists. In cities from Casablanca to Pondicherry to Shanghai, on the island of Madagascar, Algiers, or Port-au-Prince, there remain buildings both modest and grand, in varying states of decay. But even the relics are suggestive. 

Climatic constraints and local materials stimulated French architects and engineers, as did the ever present inspiration of indigenous and vernacular buildings; distance from home gave the architects greater stylistic freedom and range. For the past couple of years I have been traveling to the former colonies of France to document the relics, to tell the diverse stories of constructions that have been, in a sense, orphaned by history. This series of photographs, a portion of which is presented here, is part of my ongoing exploration of memory and suspended time. I made the entire project with my large format camera 4x5” and negative films.

Thomas Jorion

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