Penal Colony by Yoko Ono & Arata Isozaki Arata Isozaki and Yoko Ono’s Penal Colony was an ice maze within a cramped ‘prison compound’, in which visitors were encouraged to carry candles, the implied theme being the meltability of mental confinement.
Teacher Resignation Letter From Gerald Conti Says His Profession 'No Longer Exists' - very interesting article and thought provoking letter.
Be like this koala. Next time you see someone's bare leg - grab onto it and yell, "YOU'RE MY VEHICLE NOW!" | 21 Courageous Pets Who Don't Care What You Think
Bertien van Manen - Penal Colony No. 2, Tomsk, Siberia, 1992
TIL Penal colony of Australia had its own penal colony on Tasmania for people who reoffended after being sent there
People climb on Bloody Bridge—which was built by penal colony prisoners—on Norfolk Island in Australia, 1960. Photograph by J. Baylor Roberts, National Geographic Creative
Arata Isozaki · Penal Colony
For her tenderly observed photographic series 'Section,' Elena Anosova traveled to a remote penal colony where Russian women serve out criminal sentences in painful solitude.
Prisoner's Quarters, Penal Colony, Ile Royale, French Guiana Photographic Print by Cindy Miller Hopkins at AllPosters.com