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T.R.E.A.T.S. #10 – Night Owls Don’t Wear Mortarboards

The clinking of a spoon Against the inside of a glass Is its own midnight chime, For eyes that open wide While others close. Windows glassy, clear, Soon to become foggy From too much mental steam. Eyes that swim through A liquified soul, change states, Evaporate, somewhere Close to heaven, but a Stone’s throw from … Continue reading

The Politics of Street Art and Non-Mechanical Reproduction.

“Mankind, which in Homer’s time was a contemplation for the Olympian gods, now is one for itself. Its self-alienation has reached such a degree that it can experience its own destruction as an aesthetic pleasure of the first order.” -Walter Benjamin   From the perspective of the modern man, the mediums of photography and film … Continue reading