Monday, July 31, 2006


What do you do when the power goes out? Steal wireless internet from your neighbor...and look up artists while sweating to death in an fanless, airconditionless house! Here are a few artists that I am into at the moment...or is it the heat?
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Jonathan Meese
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Martin Eder
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Elizabeth Neel
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Daniel Richter
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Christoph Schmidberger


Anonymous homeless jack said...

New ways of saying nothing.

11:58 PM  
Anonymous jacknjill said...

Not so new ways of saying nearly nothing.

12:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

whos jack and jill

12:21 AM  
Anonymous Curtis said...

I'm into Jonathan Meese. Good stuff. What's with the heavy, heavy descriptions on a couple of those other pages though? They totally bog down the work. It's just awful. Somebody ought to tell them that.

1:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Old ways to say everything...

9:38 AM  
Anonymous  said...

old ways of saying new things saying everything saying some things sometimes newly in an old way about something saying nothing saying everything twice.

2:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

say, say, say what you do, but don't play games, with my affection..

9:32 AM  
Anonymous m. said...

what do you do when the power goes out? light candles and read poetry by flickering light, think about before electricity, and poets, and monks.

a blackout is a great opportunity to realize our dependance on these things we take for granted, and wonder about the existance of 99% of the historic human race that we're begining to forget because we have so little in common with them. It's interesting, though, that you chose to hack wireless internet instead. very juxtaposed.

Fifty years ago you might have thought to lay a bowl of ice in front of the fan.. overall, we forget ingenuity at an alarming rate. This sounds critical, but it's not meant to be. You've just gotten me thinking about blackouts-- one of my favorite things, next to thunderstorms.

1:42 PM  

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