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Re: <nettime> nettime-l Digest, Vol 97, Issue 7
mara karagianni on Sun, 11 Oct 2015 17:04:44 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> nettime-l Digest, Vol 97, Issue 7

   If you had read the interview - unless you did but you forget as fast
   as you read - she tried to do a similar project in the 90's in Austria
   but couldn't obtain the right to the prisoner's image because nobody
   but the state has rights to a prisoner's body. That's something to bash
   about and not L. Anderson's looks or work. Moreover if nobody cares
   anymore about guantanemo that is society's pathology, always running
   behind the next trend. Vietnam, Iraq, Afganistan, Greece, Syria, you
   name it, all were and are proxy wars. Problem persists; states treat
   ppl as if they own them.

   2015-10-06 18:15 GMT+03:00 John Young <[1]jya {AT} pipeline.com>:

     "Geriatric" is applied to presumptive value derived from excessivity
     of longevity, reputation, exposure, glomming onto and pairing with
     youthful transience, by texting, imaging, thinking, positioning, dressing,
     singing, musicing, performing younger than physical age, not quite
     getting it right but no matter there will be more to fine-tune the
     thievery as collective proprietary, ready for deliverance to the
     swankest of architectural excesses. Adding to already collected
     and dusted with high-tech security hundreds of copies of the same
     old shit, sorry, RUN DOG RUN, giant tulips, repetitive persona
     masquerades, vapid ironies by the tubsful, diaretic one-holer
     gushes of critical studies for wrinkled bum wiping, colostomies,
     urine bags, adult diapers, Medicare prostheses, percentage of
     ego-pile-erecting cost reserved for bloated ream-the-public art,
     like "Whitey Vulgar" Serra's genital junk growing larger as his
     ween requires excessive CPA-Obamacare to tilted arc a piss
     on GSA endlessly.

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