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Guattari’s final improvised address was cut short by his fellow speaker Ti-Grace Atkinson. Throughout [the Schizo-Culture conference], Atkinson and her followers confronted the other speakers, who were indeed entirely male (apart from Judy Clark), as targets in the fight against the male political class. The situation was surely exacerbated by an angry exchange the previous day with Foucault, who reportedly told them, "You’re right, I’m not interested in women: you do it!” And so when Guattari began to talk about women and desire, all hell broke loose.

David Morris, “This is the end of the sixties!” (2012) (via lazz)

seriously considering flying to NY with money and time i don’t have for the return of schizo-culture.

(Source: lazz)



duh!!! contributer copies are free & ready and i’m gonna send you one. msg me your address curate.


my employer pays me money for this project


It’s also true that friendship is not in great shape in America today. In 1985, people tended to have about three really close friends, according to the General Social Survey. By 2004, according to research done at Duke University and the University of Arizona, they were reporting they had only two close confidants. The number of people who say they have no close confidants at all has tripled over that time.

— david brooks’ provocative solution: “So, in the fantasy world in which I have $500 million, I’d try to set up places that would cultivate friendships.. . I envision a string of adult camps or retreat centers (my oldest friendships were formed at summer camp, so I think in those terms)." ok so you mean, like, communism? NYT



"The future is a store and you have no money"

from 8x8x7 by Colin Smith


the preface to 24 Hours in Cyberspace, 1996


“‘To geek’ is to sit online and read mail, news, chat, and otherwise waste time in front of a keyboard. This ‘geeking’ often consumes many hours, even if the intention was to ‘just log on and check my mail.’ Some would say this time would be better spent bring social in person or even just being curled up in a sunbeam.”



Yesterday, with friends, I went to see Kara Walker’s A Subtlety at the Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and was surrounded by people saying things like, “I am not into the slavery thing right now” and taking selfies in front of the sculpture of the black Mammy sphinx, posing in ways to appear to be touching her breasts or cupping her buttocks. When we asked a group if they understood the significance and resonance of the piece, as it relates to slavery and the black body, they told us they were immature. Good answer, and yet, my group felt injured and exhausted by the spectacle. I sometimes wonder if Walker’s intention is to redirect the black gaze away from the pieces themselves and onto their white consumption? On the street outside the show, my group got in an argument with a lady about a cab. Another cab would have come along; clearly some maneuvering, some slight adjustments that needed to be made, were beyond us. Our curating abilities were exhausted suddenly. Lunch was a subdued affair.


most psychically structuring outfit of the 1990s.

aside from TLC that is 


when the girl working cashier flirts with you bc something about you communicates that that’s an option

it’s not necessarily bc you aren’t her competition now, it might be that too — competition doesn’t always *feel* like competition

but it’s that you’re visible to her because she’s not invisible to you 

it’s like permission to look

i live for this moment right now




Ana Mendieta, Untitled (Creek #2), 1974




the fact that yr in a dead end town where everyone is married and/or stupid doesn't reflect on u at all

against the couple-form ✳ couple busting ✳ <3