Art

Taher Jaoui, Controlled Entropy

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The seemingly impulsive way of art making is grounded in his strong familiarity with various materials and his capability to predict and respond to them quickly.

DON JUAN MUTHAFUCKA

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Restoring consciousness and sacredness to sexuality, the soul-eclipsing eternal baby making magic. There is no such thing as casual sex!

LIT- anti-APAP 2020

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Fri, Sat Jan 10&11  9pm door100 GRAND, SOHO (at mercer) “The woman to my left conveys her enjoyment to me. I nod… and venture…

ART AS SPIRITUAL ACTIVISM

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Art can show us a picture of how the world might one day be – as a warning or as an aspiration. Art can represent an ideal that is just out of reach, the pain of the sight of beauty, the beauty that is not reliably held in our own lives.

THE POWER OF WATER

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It would be wrong to think that when one says “ocean,” one names a “subject.” One should be more radical and know that to say “ocean” today is to say “art.” Art without the burden of institutional life, without the ideological twists of cultural politics, art as a practice that belongs and should belong to the artists, art facing the urgency of socializing with all those who care about life.