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

Dead Land America: Conceptual Painting

RND/ To consider a painting of Dead Land America. Featuring three scenes from Land Of The Dead (Dir. George A. Romero 2005) – 3166 x 3994 .jpg So we pour it in a Pernod bottle and start for New Orleans past iridescent lakes and orange gas flares, and swamps and garbage heaps, alligators crawling around … Read more

“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 1920×5760, 5.0MB .jpg, edited in Gimp Secondly, “The Death Of Jeff Koons” (via Mike Coppola / Getty) in bleak, red rust tones 5120×3840, 14.4MB .jpg, edited in Gimp … Read more

Scenes of Psychic Devastation in Wolfen (1981)

RND/ To consider scenes of urban anxiety & psychic devastation in the movie Wolfen (1981.) Dewey: You keep in touch? Eddie: With what – the guy next door, my mother – with what? Dewey: With mother nature. Eddie: Sure.. – Scene from Wolfen While generally underwhelming, Wolfen (1981) features remarkable scenes of urban anxiety & … Read more