What a joke the equation has become to the machine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2if5mg60D8 What happened happened, and could not have happened any other way. But we are still alive. The algebra of hunger. The chaos of need. Soon, you'll all be fighting for your planet. many of you will be dying for your planet. A few of … Continue reading Should I Kill Myself or Have a Cup of Coffee?
In a Letter to MoMA’s Director, Activists Declare Plan to Protest Inside Museum The activists plan to escalate their weekly protests against the Museum of Modern Art with a tour throughout midtown Manhattan next week.by Hakim Bishara Support Hyperallergic’s independent arts journalism. Become a member today » For the past three weeks, activists have gathered every Friday at … Continue reading Activists are Protesting the Museum of Modern Art and Plotting Towards A Different Future for Art and Its A-Cumulative Cachet – Reblog from Hyperallergic
Paying for things is bullshit. People hassling you when they are making a shitload of money because they want to make more money on top of the shitload, is horseshit. Everything should be free. Is Netflix an evil corporation for making me pay for something? Absolutely. Because everything should be free, and they pushed the … Continue reading Netflix Cracking Down on Password Sharing Means Its Time to Make All Art Free Forever To Everyone Everywhere Immediately
R.I.P. to Lawrence Ferlinghetti - poet and publisher who took a chance and stood up to censorship lawsuits to publish some of the beat generation's best and most daring in the 1960s. Publishing Allen Ginsberg's poetry chapbook 'Howl' which was the subject of a groundshaking censorship trial cemented Ferlinghetti as a generous thoughtful leader of … Continue reading R.I.P. to Lawrence Ferlinghetti – Poet and Publisher Who Took a Chance On the Beat Generation
The elevator alone was worth the price of admission. That backlit glow of tempered bone-glass, so white as to be a privilege just to visage. No buttons of which to speak, I could have reached out to attempt to hold - the invisible hand, of my heavenly father, but I demured. The proud, prodigal son … Continue reading Touring, as the Son of God, the Higher Facilities Beyond the Cloud – Hark! It Is Take Your Child to Work Day.
A movie I haven't managed to see the ending of has a funny line, something like 'The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he doesn't exist." How much of my day I spend trying to convince myself I exist, I think. I've been thinking of spending less time alone. Spending more … Continue reading Looking For Evil? Thinking You Can Trace It? EVIL DON’T LOOK LIKE ANYTHING.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVb6EdKDBfU The 2020 Netflix film 'The Trial of The Chicago 7' is an historically based telling of a large protest which turned into a riot, and the ensuing court case of several of the leaders of the protests. It is not the same film one would make if one wanted to frame the '1968 Democratic … Continue reading ‘The Trial of The Chicago 7’ (2020) Is a Wonderful Film
Exhibit October 8, 2018 to October 11, 2018 Canadian Centre for ArchitectureMontreal, QC From 2011 to 2014, Canadian artist and author Douglas Coupland wrote 148 Slogans for the 21st Century. For the exhibition It’s All Happening So Fast: A Counter-History of the Modern Canadian Environment (November 2016 – April 2017), the Canadian Centre for Architecture commissioned a … Continue reading Slogans for the 21st Century – Douglas Coupland – Art Installation