Condescending, Pseudo-Scientific Art Net Magazine Article About ‘Hardwired’ Artist Poverty

RND/ The ideology of neuroscience in the service of global capital; to consider an utterly condescending, pseudo-scientific and essentialist Art Net Magazine article about how artist poverty may be ‘hardwired into their brains’: Price For Such A Concept As This: $500K – Contact Robert What today for details According to Wikipedia, this company’s revenue was … Read more

Unsatisfactory Europa: DMCA and Fair Use in the digital arts

RND/ consider conceptual photography set in Europe, highlighting the strange estranged state of Dukkha 3840×2160, 2.1MB .jpg THIS CONTENT HAS BEEN REMOVED DUE TO ‘COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT’ NOT THAT IT WAS VERY GOOD ANYWAY – BUT STILL Images via Epha Photography / Jörg Schmiedekind — Update Patch Pleased with yourself, little man? – Roy Batty to … Read more

Battersea Urban Olmec Development Billboard

RND/ To consider an urban hipster gentrification [1] development billboard in Battersea – with large looming Olmec head: 7680×4320 .jpg Anthropological remix of a photo by Martin Goodwin. — Example Reference Links The London Magazine: Gentrification Wars Rentalism Photography: The Existential Misery Of UK Renting // how to play big science

Crowdfunding as a continuous (Drip) activity

RND/ On the notion that (crowdfunding) “Promotion should be a continuous activity”: That, like a tap leaking without end there should exist a permanent state of uninterrupted digital draining – a forever dehydrating, micro-transctional Drip feed using the wallets of backers / patients, forever hooked up to some great soulless post industrial art-machine sinkhole. To … Read more

A Waiting Room For Cinzia

RND/ To consider a waiting room for Cinzia: – Example conceptual image statement by theorist Robert What: a quiet therapeutic room for writers, producers & multimedia editors – unique social spaces to host unemployed fellow philosophers, providing weekly online lecture series on art and culture. To review books, perform plain bad poetry [1] – to … Read more