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the revolution of every day life

Paris, 1968. riots, protests, demonstrations, confrontations with police. WHY? concerned with the increasing commercialization of the art world, the commodification of goods and the apathy of modern industrial urban life, the situationists placed their faith in youthful revolt and agitation. … 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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know your history: black power

black power. apparently stokely carmichael said it first. what do you know about the legacy of the revolution? (i hope not just what they have taught you in schools). question: what is america teaching about the black power movement that … Continue reading

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