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|Re: <nettime> free speech and financialisation|
The cliche of artist interlocutors stroking one another with sappy artworks and puff-ball questions for masterful ghost-scripted pontificating by Julian is pure NYC world capitals of capitalism stagecrafting of how commerce undergirds the high-branded, prize-winning! culture for consumption by blockbuster addicts.
As one of those cliched artist interlocutors you do not bother to name, i would like to observe, john, that your own linguistically painful post seems to exist merely to make you feel better about something or other.
Are you more upset by Julian Assange, by
and NGOs -- and whistleblowers, not to overlook documentary makers and once honorable alt media,
or perhaps zizek, or
lucre-driven genre of unctuous fancy branding
pure NYC world capitals of capitalism
of how commerce undergirds the high-branded, prize-winning! culture for consumption by blockbuster addicts.
yours, martha rosler On Nov 25, 2011, at 6:02 PM, John Young wrote:
"Free speech" has come to mean to protect your wallet for that enterpise has been "financialized" by media, academia and NGOs -- and whistleblowers, not to overlook documentary makers and once honorable alt media.
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