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corporate cosmology collage

inappropriate appropriation? ap·pro·pri·a·tion/əˌprōprēˈāSHən/ Noun: The action of taking something for one’s own use, typically without the owner’s permission. The artistic practice or technique of reworking images from well-known paintings, photographs, etc., in one’s own work. the parts make up the … Continue reading

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obey! conform! do not question authority!

take a look at this clip from the movie called “they live” that came out in 1988. the man finds a pair of sunglasses that exposes the urban environment today as it really is: an onslaught of corporate advertising and … Continue reading

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