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Previous visitors may want to clear out their browser cookies

(in settings/privacy/browsing data) as I have resized/restored

many pages (especially those with pictures) and some pages

will behave differently now.

 

All of the flash games have gone, of course, because it hasn't

been supported for some time now - there was a technical work-around,

but it got a bit complicated for something that was just a bit of fun for

boring journeys.

 

New visitors might also like to check out the little cabinet of

curiosities that is the Anarchy TV page

(click on the link below)

 

 

 

 

 

ZHONG BIAO

 

 

ZHONG BIAO  @ ARTNET

 

 

 

 

CHEN ANJIAN

 

THE TEAROOM SERIES

 

 

CHEN ANJIAN @ ARTNET

 

Chen Anjian (b.1959) Lives in the Xinzhuang district of Shanghai

In 1977 he entered the first art college to open after the cultural revolution

These paintings were made in the famous 'Transport Cafe' -

his favourite local hang-out for the past 40 years

 

 

 

 

ALEX GROSS

 

CRISIS OF THE SELFIE

 

 

ALEXGROSS.COM

 

 

 

 

GRETE STERN

 

 

WIKIPEDIA

 

 

 

 

SHORTCUTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 And for those wanting the full length experience -

 

Quincy ME - "Next Stop Nowhere"

 

WARNING - may involve having to watch a full length episode of Quincy

 

 

 

 

ANNE SEXTON

THE WOMAN WHO INSPIRED BONGWATER ?

 

 Stumbled across this today, totally by accident, while researching something else.

Poets who work with musicians are always worth a listen

Click the picture below for a selection of live recordings, demos and studio sessions

from 1969 - 1971

 

The Wikipedia Page

 

 

By the way, for Bongwater fans ... Ann Magnuson now has a website

 

 

 

 

DAVID GRAEBER

 

... "Come out of hiding, you persons unknown" (poison Girls)

 

 

 

 More David Graeber

His Website

The Wikipedia page

 

 

 

 

DIANE DI PRIMA

 

Activist, poet and artist who started in the late 50s and somehow

survived the beat poets and FBI harassment

- NY and later San Francisco -

click on the picture below for a PDF copy of her book 'Revolutionary Letters'

 

The Wikipedia page

 

The Diane di Prima Poetry Foundation

 

 

Revolutionary Letters (1968-'71)

 

 

REVOLUTIONARY LETTER #15

 

When you seize Columbia, when you seize Paris,

take the media, tell the people what youíre doing,

what youíre up to and how and why you mean to do it,

how they can help, keep the news coming,

steady, you have 70 years of media conditioning to combat,

it is a wall you must get through, somehow, to reach the instinctive man,

who is struggling like a plant for light, for air

//

when you seize a town, a campus,

get hold of the power stations, the water, the transportation,

forget to negotiate, forget how to negotiate,

donít wait for De Gaulle or Kirk to abdicate, they wonít,

you are not Ďdemonstratingí you are fighting a war, fight to win,

donít wait for Johnson or Humphrey or Rockefeller, to agree to your terms

take what you need,

itís free because itís yours

 

 

 

 

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