Edmund Kesting, avant-garde German photographer, printmaker and painter who became well-known in the 1920s and ’30s for his experimental photomontages. Much of his work was removed from museums during the late 1930s by the Nazi regime who deemed it ‘entartet’ (‘degenerate’). (via hoodoothatvoodoo)
Gig tonight with Damma Goto Helltas, a vintage jazz-inspired dance performance trio featuring myself, Amber le Fay and Bettina Spankenhaus, at a charity gala event in a swanky mansion. Better get pincurling!