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29/04/2009

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23/04/2009


08/04/2009

“I’m just the one who makes you think of the one who makes you feel like the one…”


03/04/2009

1.— To publish drawings and theory together, such is the project for this collection.
2.— Together, but without fusion or confusion of either one: no unified, pacified or harmonised works, where registers espouse and express one another, nor diverse or eclectic works without principles, where everything is mixed up together.
3.— “One divides into Two”, or: it is correct to be divided —or again, in this case: in a book one must and therefore one can take sides.
4.— A book: two cover pages, two entries, two possible directions for reading.
5.— A matter of inventing a form, which places drawings at the beginning, to be read in the occidental way, with the theory at the end, to be read in the oriental way, against convention. The two works are hurled together, becoming joined —clashing, jostling together— at the place where they end.
6.— Through this arrangement, the place of juncture is not that of a connivance, but a point of tension, and of separation: two works together, placed back to back, clearly separated, and on this condition acting in common.
7.— It’s a matter of montage, of art and of thought without compromise

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30/03/2009

CAPITALISM/ANTI-CAPITALISM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBETqjlDMNc

http://www.southparkstudios.com/clips/151040


29/03/2009

TROLLS

Trolling was invented by Socrates and called Socratic Irony. It was performed IRL. Unfortunately, primitive people found irony confusing and scary, so they forced him to drink hemlock and die.

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24/03/2009

HYPERBORDERS

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23/03/2009

SELF-SEGREGATION

The Internet, argues Cass Sunstein, has had a polarizing effect on democracies. Although it has the capacity to bring people together, too often the associations formed online comprise self-selecting groups with little diversity of opinion…

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21/03/2009

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19/03/2009

ICELAND’S MELTDOWN

“You spent seven years learning every little nuance of the fishing trade before you were granted the gift of learning from this great captain?” I ask.

“Yes.”

“And even then you had to sit at the feet of this great master for many months before you felt as if you knew what you were doing?”

“Yes.”

“Then why did you think you could become a banker and speculate in financial markets, without a day of training?”

“That’s a very good question,” he says. He thinks for a minute. “For the first time this evening I lack a word.”

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