Des animaux #12

She talks to her cat - Francisco Goya, c. 1819-23, brush, ink & wash on Netherlandish laid paper


Realism(s) #50

Abbey, St. Helen's Rail - Raymond Meeks, July 2011


Realism(s) #49

Out-takes from the Life of a Happy Man - Jonas Mekas, 2012, 16mm & digital video

Realism(s) #48

Dealer - Thomas Arslan, 1999, 35mm


Realism(s) #47

yesterday - Nathan Bajar, 2014


Realism(s) #46

untitled - Ali Bosworth, from the series 2013 C & Milos


Realism(s) #45


I was a few years out of a heavy relationship. We still weren't really talking; things seemed worse than right after we split. I hadn't processed any of it, had instead dived straight in to the basement and worked on A I A. Stopped hanging out with friends; didn't occur to me to try to date, or pay attention to the news, what else was going on in the world. At that time I still wasn't talking about my problems with anyone. I was living by a popular myth, that if I didn't talk about something, it wouldn't be a problem. Ruins helped crack me open.

--Liz Harris, interviewed by Maya Kalev, October 2014. Drawing by Liz Harris, from the series Vessel (undated).