Picture series of unknown street artist(s) found at CuteMotherFuckers…
Critics have described the movie as “a ‘Pina’ for the queer and sexually liberated crowd” while Peaches herself likes to describe it as “The Jukebox Musical that got a Sex Change”!
An autobiographical electro-rock-opera with an air of Tron but loads of dicks and pussies. A species of “anti-jukebox musical”, in which the Canadian artist unleashes her vision of the world based on contagious beats and hermaphrodite dancers. Food for thought # and more…
Junk Bones is an exploration of the garment as an artifact, relic, or ghost. Torn and shredded materials have been woven, braided, and stitched back together. Paint, shellac, plastic, and rust have been used to coat and cover surfaces, transforming soft fiber materials into brittle exteriors, and stiff, rigid structures. When worn, the garments begin to unravel, decay, and crack.
Just in case attention is drawn to ongoing daily protests in Brasilian cities … better talk about Football… I wonder why…
Fashion Victims is an urban action organized by Yolanda Dominguez in the center of Madrid, inspired by the recent tragedy in Bangladesh’s textile factory collapse and focusing on the real victims of the western fashion industry, i.e., infantile exploitation, unchecked contamination, precarious labor conditions a.k.a. slave-work.
Check out the original post for more info and links.
Today is the 101 birthday of Alan Turing (23 June 1912 – 7 June 1954), a mathematician best-known for helping decipher the code created by German Enigma machines in the Second World War, and for being one of the founders of computer science and artificial intelligence. He was a visionary (a hero to Google), a long distance-runner (capable of world-class marathon standards), and a gay man before his time.
A lot can be said about this great man, nevertheless this woman has chosen to draw on his name in order to object to gay marriage. Last week, in the midst of the nationwide protests, the Brazilian congressional human rights committee approved Feliciano’s “gay cure” law that would allow psychologists to treat homosexuality as a disorder or pathology.
War above culture, religion above politics, spectacle above education… Über Alles # Fuck Off
For those who have followed that story, and for all time spent waiting…
“Reach for the Dead” is the first single of Tomorrow’s Harvest, the 4th album of Boards of Canada – directed by Neil Krug + aired on May 23rd.
“So long, so long, you kept me waiting so long, so long, Read the epitaph, ring the bell, you’ve got a one-way ticket to hell.”
No need to add a word to Chumbawamba’s statement:
Let’s make it clear: This is a cause to celebrate, to party, to stamp the dirt down [...] If we must show a little reverence and decorum at this time, then so be it. Our deepest sympathies go out to the families of all Margaret Thatcher’s victims.