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

‘Dante VR’ Online: A New Metaverse Reckoning (Conceptual Painting)

RND/ To consider a Post-Cyberpunk conceptual painting of a post-Facebook ‘Metaverse’ reckoning: Ideal / Idealized price for such a concept: $10.9M – contact Robert What today for details 7988 x 4628 .jpg In which a giant Watchmen style squid suddenly arrives from inner ideological-biopsychic space, invading Sugarborg’s virtual (Ludocapitalist) frame, freaking everyone out, creating what … Read more

4K PC Virtual Photography Screenshots from “The Architect: Paris” Videogame

RND/ To consider some – at this late stage in the game of AAAA Global Videogaming (/Culture) – ‘plainly odd’ screenshots of Paris, as much a fantasy as place – a grand displacement: In their nascent incompleteness, indeed in a form still more dreamlike than actual, these technologies are ripe, as it were, for various … Read more

The Times Literary Supplement Hit Piece On Slavoj Zizek

RND// To consider notes toward a response re: the desperately blatant ad hominem hit piece on Slavoj Zizek and his book Pandemic! (Becca Rothfeld, Times Literary Supplement, February 5 2021.) Note to anyone living outside Dismaland: The T.L.S is a corporation owned cultural institution of supposedly progressive, actually just reactionary, pseudo-liberal, conservative (small and big … Read more

Conceptual Paintings re: Artistic Freedom In The Age Of Neoliberal Copyright Ideology

RND/ To consider eight conceptual paintings regarding artistic freedom in the age of neoliberal copyright ideology: 3356 x 2190 .jpg Wikipedia: Criticism of copyright Greanville Post: The Absurdity of Intellectual Property Monthly Review: The Political Economy of Intellectual Property Unsatisfactory Europa: DMCA and Fair Use In The Digital Arts // how to play big science