Halber Mensch geh weiter, in jede Richtung

Hi guys! This is Madia from Italy! In this blog you can find everything about what I love... such as music, cinema and art... mainly electronic, experimental, industrial music and modern and contemporary art (don't forget my artworks =D)! A blog dedicated to artistic avant-garde's lovers... like me!

I apologize in advance for any language imprecisions! :P

This was made to end all parties.


Did some looking around on satellite views tonight.


(via fucking-destruction)

The Danse Society_ In Heaven (Everything is fine)

Sixth track from the album Seduction (1982).

Mother_ Dive 

from the album Concrete Jungle (1993)

Nobuyoshi Araki

Photos from Erotos series.


Hans Bellmer (Kattowitz, Poland 13 March 1902- Paris 23 February 1975) was a german artist (during the first half of 900 the city belonged to Nazi Germany).

With his “obsessive” production of strange dolls and deformed female bodies, he violently opposed to Nazi government in general and, in particular, to its worship of body perfection. Later his works were censored and considered “degenerated” by Nazis. He was forced to come back in Paris in 1938 (in 1935 he visited Paris. Here he met Paul Eluard).

Are ‘friends’ electric? By Tubeway Army

single from Replicas (1979)

ZDF KULTUR - Blixa interview (Dec 1, 2011) + Translation

really interesting personality.

“You can’t change the world
but you can change the facts
and when you change the facts
you change points of view
if you change points of view
you may change a vote
and when you change a vote
you may change the world”


Depeche Mode_ New dress

Black Celebration


Artikulation by Gyorgy Ligeti (Tarnaveni, Romania 28 May 1923- Wien 12 June 2006). Was one of the most important exponents of avant-garde music of the 20th century. In the second half of the 50 years, he escaped from Hungary because of Hungarian antiSoviet revolution (1956). He moved in German country. There he met important avant-garde composers as Karlheinz Stockhausen with which he wrote Artikulation.

Through discretization , Reiner Wehinger created this fascinating visual (1970): each sound is “described” by a graphic symbol. 

Discretization is a musical analysis technique but the “strange” disposition and form of these symbols, makes the visual a real piece of abstract expressionist art.