Friday, November 22, 2019

Story image for royal wedding from

Read King George VI's touching letter to his daughter ... 20, 2015
... King George VI's touching letter to his daughter Elizabeth after her wedding ... account alongside a video of black-and-white images from the royal wedding.
Story image for royal wedding from Metro

Meet the Burgers: Yes, the Burger-King wedding finally ...

Metro-Jul. 22, 2015
Forget the royal wedding, this was a Royale wedding. Joel Burger and Ashley King tied the knot last Friday. And, yes, Burger King footed the bill. The couple ...
Story image for royal wedding from HELLO! Canada

Princess Sofia gets emotional on hometown visit

HELLO! Canada-Oct. 7, 2015
The Tuesday visit, during which the couple toured cellulose company I-Cell, was the new princess's first trip home since her wedding and visibly moved her to ...
Story image for royal wedding from HELLO! Canada

Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder are married

HELLO! Canada-Apr. 27, 2015
In the photographs, 26-year-old Nikki looks beautiful in a white long-sleeved lace gown, carrying a white wedding bouquet, while her new husband, 36, ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Common in various arts HS. Florensky considered work
the organization of space. "The poet gives the formula some space and
offers the listener or reader for his instruction to submit
specific images that this space must be manifested"
(P. 62). For example, the theater, he "on the contrary, the least
requires the activity of the viewer and the least admits the diversity in
the perception of their performances. This is -- the art is inferior, not respecting those who
it is to serve. (...) The passivity of the spectator possible here due
the stiffness of the material, its sensual richness..." (p. 64). When in
the theater is required to show appearances, visions, ghosts, there is a new
problem: "space they are subject to very specific laws and do not allow
coordination with the space images of the everyday" (p.65).
As work space Florensky can be
a higher purpose. "(C)the purpose of the artist-to transform the reality. But
the reality is only a special organization of space; and consequently,
the task of art -- to preorganizing space, i.e. to organize it
in new ways, make their own way" (p. 71).