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a lesson in political theater

see how politics works? it’s all about imagery, soundbytes and short statements. look at george bush make a televised statement here in march 2007. what is the purpose of having an airline stewardess, some army generals, a young man in a … Continue reading

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social protest: what happened on 9/11?

aren’t you curious by now? it’s been over a decade since it happened. 9/11. the day america was attacked. by who? for what? why would someone want to fly a plane into the world trade centers, the global center of corporate capital and … Continue reading

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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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9/11

god bless the firefighters and the people in the planes that crashed. god blessed the writers of the fire who wrote poems that last. god bless the theorists who dare to search the past for clues to the truth beneath … Continue reading

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street art & the revolution

observing the graffiti prevalent on building walls and other public surfaces he realized that acts of vandalism served as paradoxically loud testaments to the silently linguistic temporal mobility humans have. if you can See, a city instantly becomes a brash, … Continue reading

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