Eventually, Aesthetico: the much-awaited final factor of the Blueprint for a brand new international sequence … a choice for a cultured awakening, a re-wilding of the capitalist mind's eye — an adjustment to the temper, the tone, the fashion and thrust of our lives that has to ensue if we’re going to have any form of a destiny in this planet.
Is our drawback a concern of aesthetics?
Can we layout ourselves out of a terrifying future?
Where is the human spirit heading?
Featuring: Lucian Freud, Jackson Pollock, Hunter S. Thompson, Sayyid Qutb, man Debord, Dag Hammarskjold, Nietzsche, Pascal and Malevich.
Neala Schleuning on artwork as action
Niels van Poecke on postmodern narcolepsy
Mark Cheetham’s Ecoaesthetics: Manifesto for the twenty first century
Douglas Haddow at the holy capitalist grail
Keith Harrington on utopian economics
Hala Habib at the Arab experience of beauty
And we release the Fuckitall Rewild the Capitalist mind's eye layout Quest — an try and shift the cultured tone of the world.
Aesthetico: a 144-page phantasmagoria of leaves, desires, intimations and aesthetic bliss.
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Here’s the thing about people — they don’t know shit. And even when they do know, they don’t care until it fucks with their 401K. You want a park avenue loft? You want your cocaine pure, not cut with subtropical dewormer? You want to impregnate a supermodel? Drive a Phantom? ” Uh-huh. Kiddo, your whole life is rigged. You should be used to it by now. Get yourself an algo, kid. Ride the wave. Be somebody. ”`````````-```````-```````-+-`````` wires are faster than yours. They’re setup to ensure profit without risk, just calculation.
Jesse Cohn uses the term “dynamic” to describe a social anarchist aesthetic that would capture art as action in the same way that anarchist political theory insists upon direct action. His call for dynamic forms of representation will challenge artists to rethink realism and precisely what is represented. Representation must be grounded in the real world. Social anarchist art must engage people to act and appeal on a personal level. Can people put themselves into the picture? Can people see themselves as active participants?
Find your patsies, but stay out of my way. We run this town, and you know it better than anybody else. Maybe this is what happens when the SEC gets caught watching porn at work one too many times, they start pretending like their job is something that can actually be done. Mooks. ” Uh-huh. Kiddo, your whole life is rigged. Humps. Nobodies. Fuck ’em. I would hope they are just doing our dirty work and killing off the small fish. But you never know. Maybe one guy has designs on a book deal. Don’t get uppity just because the public knows what an HFT is.
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