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It is the leadership in this administration that dictates such policy. It is the greed and lobby that contributes to the re-election campaigns of those who support such action. #plastic #cheimicals #disposable
“Rouhani has been under intense domestic political pressure to produce some kind of counter-measure following the US withdrawal. Tehran has lost patience with Europe’s efforts to create a new viable financial mechanism that would allow European firms to continue trading items such as medicines and humanitarian goods with Iran and circumvent US secondary sanctions. ...Read More
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“Nothing is more hackneyed than the liberal dogma that shock value confers automatic importance of an artwork.” — Camille Paglia, Glittering Images
"More art is being produced and sold than ever before, at ever higher prices."
In fact, fascism — and the tendencies that lead toward fascism — pose a more serious threat now than at any time since the end of World War II.
Lots of interesting thoughts here. Hito Steyerl is calling for a cessation by artists and art workers from the art world (and by extension its money) and forming and alternative exchange network. But why still call that art? Seems like it would be more apt to call it something else The elitism part didn't make much sense to me also. I think there is a distinction to be made between intellectuals & art elite. Also anti-elitism does not necessarily equate to totalitarianism. Again maybe she talking in a wider sense of the word art, but to me it seems overly ...Read More
This has been pretty viral and not to say that plastic is nearly as damaging as other pollutants, chemicals, and bombs the earth has experienced, however an estimated 38 million plastic bits jewel this UNESCO island in the South Pacific- ironically uninhabited. We look out onto the ocean in awe ...Read More