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once in a while you find something truely extraordinary...

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it is
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Helvetica... the film?

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  • NC-17, I presume?
    - [stargrazer]

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Folk Songs for the Five Points

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Folk Songs for the Five Points
is a digital arts project that allows you to create your own “folk songs” by remixing and overlaying a range of sounds taken from New York’s Lower East Side.

The SoundMap features a visual representation of the Lower East Side, overlaid with a series of dots. Each dot represents an audio sample recorded at that particular place. To select a sample, click and drag one of circles over the chosen dot. The sample will then automatically start playing.

Folk Songs for the Five Points is a celebration of cultural diversity and change, using “folk songs” as a metaphor to explore immigration and the formation of identity in New York’s Lower East Side.

The project isn’t about absolute answers or clear definitions. We are celebrating the unexpected richness that confronts you at every turn – from the many languages of Canal St to the endless complexity contained in words like “immigrant” and “folk song”.


http://www.tenement.org/folksongs/


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Artist Video Series

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Artist video series

Reading about artists can be moving. Seeing their work can be inspiring and, at times, can provoke us to action. Hillman Curtis, in his video series, allows us to experience leading designers through sound and motion, uncovering what it is about them that inspires him. Curtis profiles such  luminaries as Stefan Sagmiester, Billy Bragg, Paula Scher, Badly Drawn Boy and Pentagram as well as profiling some of his favorite movies like LA Doce Vita and Spinal Tap.

Curtis has even more videos on his site. See the entire series
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David Carson
"The starting point is never to make something ugly, or to make it hard to read, or to make it award-winning, or to make it pretty. The starting point is to try to interpret something." Time: 3:50

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Milton Glaser
"And I am still astonished. Things still amaze me. And I think that's the great benefit of being in the arts: where the possibility of learning never disappears. Where you basically have to admit you never learn it." Time: 5:55

More...

from AIGA.


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Ryan Spencer Reed- Hands Of A Displaced Sudan

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The photos of Ryan Spencer Reed are on display at the Jackson Symphony Orchestra Gallery in Jackson Michigan.  They are also available to view at www.groupM35.com/reed.

"Genocide begins, however improbably, in the conviction that classes of biological distinction indisputably sanction social and political discrimination." Andrea Dworkin

When French philosopher Albert Camus wrote, "A trial cannot be conducted by announcing the general culpability of a civilization. Only the actual deeds which, at least, stank in the nostrils of the entire world were brought to judgment," he had not lived long enough to witness a shift in the priorities of nations.

With instant communication from anywhere on earth and dedicated journalists willing to stand in harms way, how can it be suggested that "the stank" of Sudan is not in the nostrils of even the most semi-conscious citizen of the world? Mr. Camus could not have been aware of the extent to which the pursuit of the world's resources would require focus that discounts the value of cultures and people. This misplaced priority and the recognition of governments who assist those in power, fuel the machine that serves to distract from the collateral damage of the collectors of such wealth.



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  • Hey, I saw this guy here at GVSU last year. At that point, he'd said that out o...more
    - [shiftless]
  • Philip... thanks for the commentary. It certainly gives some depth to the person...more
    - [nick]
  • It is saddening how we are spectators to some crimes and tragedies, and active p...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • i went to this site and looked around, does anyone know what group M35 is? the &...more
    - [kerryjo]

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Op Art: Bridget Riley @ Cranbrook (Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA)

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BRIDGET RILEY: PAINTINGS AND WORKS ON PAPER, 1963-2005

Blaze 3, 1963 | Acrylic on board | 37 1/4” x 37

"This exhibition encompasses forty years of uncompromising and remarkable innovation, exploring Bridget Riley’s characteristic and distinctive optically vibrant work. Her last exhibition in North America was at the Dia Center, New York, in 2000.

Riley’s work is celebrated for its ability to engage the viewer’s sensations and perceptions, producing visual experiences that are complex and challenging, subtle and arresting.

Her paintings employ a simple vocabulary of colors and abstract shapes to generate sensations of movement, light and space. This exhibition traces the development of Riley’s work from the early 1960s to the present day.

Ms. Riley will be at Cranbrook on Friday evening, September 23, 2005.

Ms. Riley will present a rare public lecture on Saturday, September 24 at 4:00 p.m."

The exhibit will be shown September 3, 2005 through October 30, 2005.

Call 877-462-7262 or visit Cranbrook's website for more information.



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  • whoa! the whole spin is rooming!
    - [stargrazer]
  • bridget riley is one of a small number of artists who appove of nausea at their...more
    - [ben]
  • I, too, am a nauseist!
    - [stargrazer]

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de schaaf

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de schaaf

our artist-collective in antwerp (2001-2003)

 it's not my latest work ... it's where it really started for me
the click i needed to consider myself as an "artist"

it was also the first thing i made on my computer
... turned out to end up as a videoclip

enjoy,
frank/aka slö

 


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  • I like the musical score.
    - [stargrazer]
  • very nice frank!
    - [ben]

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a gift

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rositadreamsrosita, hope you like it

more is in the makings

of the chaos

s00n sEE

 

(ö)



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  • welcome, frank! i like your work!
    - [ben]

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Lost Formats Preservation Society

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The society was founded by design group, Experimental Jetset,  in 2000 with the design of Emigre issue no. 57. It's sole purpose is to save formats from obscurity.
This overview of Lost Formats is not presented in any particular order and not in any way complete. Anyone can nominate their own beloved format by sending a picture and specifications to formats@jetset.nl. (Shown here: Viewmaster, Travan, Compact Cassette).



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  • Is that a viewmaster wheel I see? Wow, haven't seen one of those in over two de...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • nostalgia, i love it!
    - [Ande]
  • there needs to be more worm (write once read many) devices in life!
    - [Ande]

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AIGA Design Archives

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The AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) Design Archives are a record of annual juried selections of design excellence and the work of designers honored by AIGA. These intereactive archives provide broad accesibility to an extensive collection of contemporary design for research and reference. This definitive resource on American design will continue to expand with each year's new selections and the addition of special archives.


view the AIGA Design Archives
view 2004's selctions for
365: AIGA Year in Design 25





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Happy Birthday, OCC!

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The Outside
Circle Collective
is 2 years old!

Happy (belated)
birthday, OCC.

You're Special.


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  • What a great couple of years...I remember talking about the idea for OCC, sittin...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • indeed. i am quite looking forward to what's brewing for the next few months!
    - [ben]

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logo graveyard.

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BP 'Shield' Gateway 'Cow-Spotted Box' NASA 'Worm' USSR 'Hammer and Sickle'

a commemoration of logos withdrawn from the ocular landscape.

+ + + logo r.i.p. + + +


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  • may the gateway cow box forever rest in peace. moooooooooo!
    - [Ande]

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Jam Econo with the Minutemen

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THE SAN PEDRO FILM SOCIETY AND ROCKET FUEL
FILMS ANNOUNCE THE PREMIERE OF: WE JAM ECONO
- THE STORY OF THE MINUTEMEN

The San Pedro Film Society in association with Rocket Fuel Films is proud to announce the premiere of WE JAM ECONO - THE STORY OF THE MINUTEMEN at 8PM on Friday, February 25, 2005 at San Pedro's historic Warner Grand Theatre. Minutemen Mike Watt and George Hurley along with Director Tim Irwin and Producer Keith Schieron will sit for a question and answer session with the audience after the screening.

WE JAM ECONO - THE STORY OF THE MINUTEMEN is a feature length documentary chronicling this ground breaking, early 80's punk rock band from their humble beginnings in the harbor town of San Pedro, CA to their untimely demise when lead singer and guitarist D. Boon was killed in a van accident in December of 1985.

Told by those who were there, WE JAM ECONO - THE STORY OF THE MINUTEMEN weaves together footage from over fifty newly shot interviews with archival interviews and live performances to capture the dynamic energy and do-it-yourself spirit of these punk rock pioneers. Newly shot interviews include Minutemen Mike Watt and George Hurley as well as Dez Cadena, Ed Crawford, Flea, Greg Ginn, Henry Rollins, Ian Mackaye, J Mascis, Jello Biafra,  Kira Roessler, Milo Auckerman, Nels Cline,  Raymond Pettibon, Richard Hell, Richard Meltzer, and Thurston Moore, to name a few.

The Warner Grand Theatre box office will open
at 7PM. Advance tickets are available at
http://www.theminutemen.com/latest.html -
General Admission is $10. Students, San Pedro
Film Society Members and Grand Vision Members
can buy tickets the evening of the premiere
at the box office for $8.

For more information including trailer, press
kit, and ticket information:

http://www.theminutemen.com
http://www.thesanpedrofilm.org
http://www.warnergrand.com



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  • About 1500 people attended the premiere. Apparently over 100 hours of footage (...more
    - [stargrazer]

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Masters of Illusion: 150 Years of Trompe l’Oeil in America

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The newest exhibit at Kresge Art Museum in East Lansing, Michigan:

"When translated from French, trompe l’oeil literally means “to fool-the-eye.” Over 45 works of art will be on display and include paintings by the famous 19th century American artists William Michael Harnett and John Frederick Peto.

Some of the contemporary artists include Tom Friedman, Sylvia Mangold, Robert Gober, Vernon Fisher, Alan Magee, Sam Taylor-Wood, and Federico Castelluccio (known for his role as Furio Giunta on HBO’s The Sopranos).

The trompe l’oeil style has existed for centuries, but in the mid-19th century American painters became its foremost practitioners. These painters try to make the images on the canvas seem three-dimensional and to extend into the viewer’s space. They use depth and receding and jutting planes to achieve the illusion. “For some painters, the illusion lies in the details. In Vernon Fisher’s case, it is a small sculpted fly resting on a large abstract canvas,” says April Kingsley, curator of the exhibition."

EXHIBITION: Masters of Illusion: 150 Years of Trompe l’Oeil in America
DATES: January 10 – March 20, 2005
OPENING: Sunday, January 16, 2-5 p.m.
LOCATION: Kresge Art Museum, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich.

Of note:
There will be number of lectures related to the exhibit planned including one on January 25th by visiting artist Jonathan Seliger from New York City. The schedule of events is available on their website.


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Shaking up the Zodiac -- What Sign are you Really?

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It all started when I had a discussion over the holidays with my niece Meredith about the Chinese Zodiac.  I had always been under the impression that I was a Tiger, since I was born in 1974.  I did not realize that the breaks in the year occur at a different time in the Chinese Zodiac (the placemats at restaurants don't go into this much detail!), so, I am in fact born in the year of the Ox.

Later in the week, I was hanging out with my friend David, and the topic came up again.  He pulled out an astronomy book and told me about a controversy concerning a 13th constellation that has moved into the traditional Zodiac.  This thirteenth sign, Ophiuchus the Serpent Bearer, falls between Scorpio and Sagittarius, and shifts all the signs somewhat.

Now, I am a skeptic by nature, but I do read my horoscope frequently (even fortune cookies captivate me), and I always felt that I was very much a Capricorn.  According to this new information, I am in fact a Sagittarius!

Sun Sign    Meaning   Dates 
01:   Pisces   the Fishes   12 Mar to 18 Apr 
02:   Aries   the Ram   19 Apr to 13 May 
03:   Taurus   the Bull   14 May to 19 Jun 
04:   Gemini   the Twins   20 Jun to 20 Jul 
05:   Cancer   the Crab   21 Jul to 9 Aug
06:  Leo   the Lion   10 Aug to 15 Sep 
07:  Virgo   the Maiden   16 Sep to 30 Oct 
08:  Libra   the Scales   31 Oct to 22 Nov 
09:  Scorpius   the Scorpion   23 Nov to 29 Nov   
10:  Ophiuchus    the Serpent Bearer   30 Nov to 17 Dec 
11  Sagittarius   the Archer   18 Dec to 18 Jan 
12:  Capricornus     the Sea Goat   19 Jan to 15 Feb 
13:  Aquarius   the Water Carrier   16 Feb to 11 Mar

This would seem to throw the whole astrological world into disarray.  Here's a link or two with more about Ophiuchus.



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  • Yesterday we began the Chinese year of the Rooster.
    - [stargrazer]

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an interactive exploration of the words and pictures that define the time

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"10x10™ ('ten by ten') is an interactive exploration of the words and pictures that define the time. The result is an often moving, sometimes shocking, occasionally frivolous, but always fitting snapshot of our world.

10x10


Every hour, 10x10 collects the 100 words and pictures that matter most on a global scale, and presents them as a single image, taken to encapsulate that moment in time. Over the course of days, months, and years, 10x10 leaves a trail of these hourly statements which, stitched together side by side, form a continuous patchwork tapestry of human life."



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  • wow. this website looks a hellovalot like a website chris vanwyk, thomas ro and...more
    - [ben]
  • i like it too, of course.
    - [ben]
  • Disney did it to me...in 7th grade I came up with a great company name: Imagine...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • It's a beautiful thing, I think. And Ben, I'm with you on the appropriation thi...more
    - [name not provided]

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Timeline of Art History from the MET

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Have fun learning:

11world"The Timeline of Art History is a chronological, geographical, and thematic exploration of the history of art from around the world, as illustrated especially by the Metropolitan Museum of Art's collection.

The Museum's curatorial, conservation, and education staff—the largest team of art experts anywhere in the world—research and write the Timeline, which is an invaluable reference and research tool for students, educators, scholars, and anyone interested in the study of art history and related subjects.

First launched in 2000, the Timeline now extends from prehistory to the present day. The Timeline will continue to expand in scope and depth, and also reflect the most up–to–date scholarship."


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  • this is simply amazing -great find!!
    - [ben]

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Alphabet Synthesis Machine

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Alphabet Synthesis Machine
Software by Golan Levin with Jonathan Feinberg and Cassidy Curtis

The Art21 Alphabet Synthesis Machine is an online artwork which allows visitors to create and breed personalized "nonsense alphabets"—coherent sets of abstract forms which might resemble the plausible writing systems of imaginary civilizations or unfamiliar societies. It is an aid to explorers of the liminal territory between familiarity and chaos. An interactive Java applet, the Machine invites
you to evolve the letterforms of a personalized "alien alphabet": the possible writing system of your own
imaginary civilization.

click here to visit website






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  • I like this!
    - [stargrazer]

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Don Cheadle/Nick Nolte expose Rwandan Genocide

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Back in the early nineties, the UN pulled out of Rwanda right when they were needed the most -- as the Hutu majority began "cutting the tall trees." This was a code phrase for systematically killing the Tutsi minority. Not a lot of people remember this: It blipped on the national news, Madelaine Albright studiously avoided using the word "genocide," and the Clinton administration decided it just wasn't worth the bad press after the Somalia debacle.

"Hotel Rwanda," which was previewed this evening on ten college campuses around the country, helps bring the Rwandan situation back into the collective consciousness -- and hopefully in time to avert similar human rights disasters in the Sudan and Darfour.

It was practically standing room only at the showing on MSU's campus, and was followed by audience discussion.

The film opens nationally in select theaters December 22.


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  • I met Nick Nolte in Nice and he was sweaty and drunk wearing a white linen suit...more
    - [AndreaEckert]
  • that's hot.
    - [stargrazer]

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jean rouch tribute website

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Jean Rouch web site Jean Rouch was a universally-acclaimed filmmaker, anthropologist, civil engineer, explorer, and storyteller. His sudden death in February 2004 has brought an outpouring of gratitude and memories from friends, colleagues, students and audiences around the world.

Documentary Educational Resources, the major distributor of Rouch’s films in the U.S., presents a new web site in collaboration with Brenda Baugh, Craig Johnson and Talisman Interactive. This site is a place to share memories of Jean, to tell the story of his extraordinary life and work, and to bring his films to a wider audience. We invite you to learn more about Jean Rouch and to participate in the worldwide community that has been inspired by him. Access the new web site at www.der.org/jean-rouch/.

(from http://www.der.org/)



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the corporation

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I highly recommend this compelling (though somewhat long winded) film to all. It definetly sheds a broader perspective on how and why many corporations end up functioning in a socially negative way, and how to make a difference through activism.

From the website's synopsis:


One hundred and fifty years ago, the corporation was a relatively insignificant entity. Today, it is a vivid, dramatic and pervasive presence in all our lives. Like the Church, the Monarchy and the Communist Party in other times and places, corporation is today's dominant institution. But history humbles dominant institutions. All have been crushed, belittled or absorbed into some new order. The corporation is unlikely to be the first to defy history. In this complex and highly entertaining documentary, Mark Achbar, co-director of the influential and inventive MANUFACTURING CONSENT: NOAM CHOMSKY AND THE MEDIA, teams up with co-director Jennifer Abbott and writer Joel Bakan to examine the far-reaching repercussions of the corporation's increasing preeminence. Based on Bakan's book The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power, the film is a timely, critical inquiry that invites CEOs, whistle-blowers, brokers, gurus, spies, players, pawns and pundits on a graphic and engaging quest to reveal the corporation's inner workings, curious history, controversial impacts and possible futures. Featuring illuminating interviews with Noam Chomsky, Michael Moore, Howard Zinn and many others, THE CORPORATION charts the spectacular rise of an institution aimed at achieving specific economic goals as it also recounts victories against this apparently invincible force.


The website also has a myriad of ways you can get involved in grassroots activism including a Global Referendum on Corporate Power, their own iniative i-corp,  as well as an all encompassing links list of important activist and awareness organizations.


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  • another amazing documentary that ben and i saw dealing with socio-political issu...more
    - [pax]

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wim crouwel

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paintings that paint themselves

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The Kresge Art Museum's current exhibition is one worth visiting- and it's only open until the end of the month (31.10.04). So hurry on over, if you haven't seen it yet!


           

There are twenty-four artists in Paintings That Paint Themselves, coming from many countries, though all but two live in the United States. They are reinventing painting for us once again in a host of new ways. Suddenly, young artists are excited about what the others are doing. They are visiting each others’ studios, sometimes even sharing secrets. They are experimenting, researching, and learning from and about new materials. There is joy in the artist’s studio as discoveries are made and ways found to speak through abstract matter. And the work is abstract – resolutely so. This is abstract expression without the handwriting, the tell-all gesture of the fifties; it is post-Minimal, post- Conceptual abstract expression – Mark Rothko without tears, Willem De Kooning’s whiplash line without a woman to use it on. We were ready to be excited by abstract painting again. Luckily the artists were ready for us.

The Exhibition website is all encompassing as well, detailing each artist and their work. Inspiring work!



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Samhain

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Since we are rapidly approaching the third harvest festival of the year, I thought that I would kick off the season with a meditation.

Traditionally, Samhain was considered to be a time when the veil between the worlds was thin. (Hence the food offerings left on doorsteps for wandering dead/ ancient ancestors in Celtic countries.) Single candles shone in windows to guide lonely travelers. Apples were buried at crossroads for those souls unfortunate enough to have died without offspring. Men wore women's clothing and vice versa to avoid the gaze of the evil eye.

It was a night of magic and chaos where the dark side of the human soul rose to the surface. If we all have the face of the Stranger within, as Camus and Billy Joel both insist, it seems to me that Samhain allows the Stranger to wear our face for a night. Like the Lord of Misrule in Medieval times, this ability to turn ourselves and indeed---the world---topsy-turvy is a tremendous gift.

Why not invite the Stranger in a little early this year? Having eaten my asparagus (every damned bite) and minded my manners this year (almost nauseatingly well), I'm looking forward to the rising darkness.  

Happy Halloween.

 



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  • check out the post from a smahuin festival last year- http://spaces.outsidecircl...more
    - [ben]
  • Thanks, Ben. I'll do it.
    - [OtherPlace]
  • I've always enjoyed our own Halloween festival for the reason that even adults t...more
    - [stargrazer]

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A question of postmodernism

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I ran across an essay on Post-Modernism by Australian author Mark Davis today.

"What to do about Postmodernism? Hardly anyone likes it. Historians worry about the loss of historical memory. Moralists complain about the breakdown of civilisation...

...The Arts, as you knew them, no longer seem to be taught. Or are taught in ways that seem counter-intuitive."

For as much as people talk about the term "Post-Modernism" - this article is a simply way of explaining it.

[read the full article]


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  • postmodernism bugs me. i concede that it is a valuable way of thinking, but mos...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • that's so postmodern of you not to like postmodernism, peter. reject the western...more
    - [ben]
  • George Marsden writes, "With the postmodern denial that we can have any acc...more
    - [OtherPlace]
  • If you need to surface (just briefly) from postmodern critical theory, "The...more
    - [OtherPlace]
  • Roxanne Frith, whose fine art photography includes portraits of cadavers, gave m...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • Hey, Anne Marie. Thanks so much for the link to the Postmodernism Generator. T...more
    - [name not provided]
  • funny louis- i've been spending all my "reading time" with poynor's bo...more
    - [ben]
  • Really? Very cool. Have you been following the debate in Emigre then? There a...more
    - [name not provided]
  • i haven't read the articles in emigre 66 yet (67 doesn't continue the debate, do...more
    - [ben]
  • ...and using a book called "No More Rules" as a bible of postmodern de...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • what state does it exist in? there are more than just two perspectives to any su...more
    - [ben]
  • Ben, it's funny to read both of your above posts as the first asks me what veins...more
    - [name not provided]
  • by saying "viens" i meant sources, not necessarily what movements/scho...more
    - [ben]
  • I don't know.. Though I definitely mis-understood the question (I had to re-rea...more
    - [name not provided]
  • your comment about understanding the printing process reminded me of something i...more
    - [ben]
  • Now that's pretty cool..
    - [name not provided]
  • There seems to be a tug of war between design as a vocation and design as a mode...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • (A belated "your welcome" to Louis. I'm glad that you liked the post-m...more
    - [OtherPlace]
  • my (biggest) gripe with postmodernism is the tenet that there is "no"...more
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