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

“Emily’s Not In Paris”: Zdzislaw Beksinski Satirical Remix Paintings

RND/ To consider yet another machine-interchangable, young, white, blandly beautiful, fashionably borderline-anorexic female executive with werewolf eyebrows living rent free in her own skull - basically a credit card with legs - who, (as a barely concealed metaphor for American cultural imperialism) imagines she's in permanent soft-focus Paris on corporate business for luxury shopping, hot … Continue reading “Emily’s Not In Paris”: Zdzislaw Beksinski Satirical Remix Paintings

Super Generic Corporate Stock Gallery

RND/ To imagine a super generic [1] corporate stock art galley: What do such expressions say, what values do they signify - other than an endless self referential political blandscape of hyperreal corporate stock photos so generally generic their stunning obviousness hurts. So generally devoid of artistry, being so utterly corporate in their unabashed consumerist … Continue reading Super Generic Corporate Stock Gallery