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Ken Unsworth. Suspended stone circle II

103 river stones, wire. 400.00 cm diam. overall

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"Once upon a time I was falling in love, now I’m only falling apart"

—  Bonnie Tyler (1983)

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poe & lovecraft. my edit | source.

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poe & lovecraft. my edit | source.

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literature meme | movements [1/2] - dark romanticism

The grotesque, the gloomy, the morbid, the fantastic-the American Dark Romantics embraced all of these illogical elements and shaped them into perhaps the most popular sub-genre of American literature. While the Romantics believed reality to be pale and empty, the Dark Romantics thought quite the opposite. Life to the Dark Romantics was colorful, capricious, and contradictory. Unlike the Romantics, the Dark Romantics acknowledged the evil of man and the horror of evil. Like the Romantics and Transcendentalists, however, the Dark Romantics valued intuition and emotion over logic and reason and saw symbols, spiritual truths, and signs in nature and everyday events[x]

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