Digital Painting: Memes Aren’t Facts

RND/ to imagine a digital art panting of the once popular, seemingly self-aware / non-ironically pseudo-paradoxical “Memes Aren’t Facts” internet meme

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“Memes Aren’t Facts”

Small side note to non scientific fact-based communities: please inoculate your kids immediately; stop spreading the disease of idiocy

Idiocy is not a disease but a condition in which the intellectual facilities are never manifested or have never been developed sufficiently to enable the idiot to acquire such amount of knowledge as persons of his own age reared in similar circumstances are capable of receiving
– Jean-√Čtienne Dominique Esquirol

Example Reference Links

  1. NY Times: How to Inoculate Against Anti-Vaxxers
  2. The Conversation: Why do you make stupid decisions when the experts tell you otherwise?
  3. Scientific American: Who Are You Calling Anti-Science?
  4. Live Science: Evolution, Climate and Vaccines: Why Americans Deny Science
  5. Willam M. Briggs: Why Memes Are Stupid: The Short Version

// how to play big science

“How To Make It In The Art World” plus “The Death Of Jeff Koons”

RND/ to consider a satirical remix combo: first, “How to make it in the art world (help me, I’m poor)” in the mode of a hallucinatory spectrum

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“How To Make It In The Art World”

Secondly, “The Death Of Jeff Koons” (via Mike Coppola / Getty) in bleak, red rust tones

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The Death Of Jeff Koons

[Jeff Koons] couldn’t carve his name on a tree
– Art Critic Robert Hughes, American Visions documentary, 1997

// how to play big science

Times Square Times Two

RND/ consider urban architecture studies of Times Square, NY multiplied by themselves

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Times Square Times Two

– in which the resulting study expresses unexpected theoretical aspects of previously hidden theoretical notions regarding memory and the city

// how to play big science