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kircheriana:

Richard Learoyd

kircheriana:

Richard Learoyd

mentaltimetraveller:

Monika Dorniak, Berlin

mentaltimetraveller:

Monika Dorniak, Berlin

mentaltimetraveller:

Magali Reus

mentaltimetraveller:

Magali Reus

heathwest:

Katharina Grosse
Wer, ich? Wen, Du?, 2014
Kunsthaus Graz, Austria

natalieturnbull:

Artwork by me
Photo by Elise Wilken

natalieturnbull:

Artwork by me

Photo by Elise Wilken

heathwest:

blue, 2014 
dye and bleach on digital c-print, acrylic on wood, plexiglas, aluminum hardware 
24 x 17 x 2 in.

kunstoph:

© - kunstoph - 2014

mentaltimetraveller:

Berlinde De Bruyckere

mentaltimetraveller:

Berlinde De Bruyckere

thecamhouston:

Via: walkerart.org:Illegitimate Dread Scott on the Killing of Michael Brown
"The police in Ferguson, Missouri: illegitimate. The Department of Justice: illegitimate. Gov. Jay Nixon: illegitimate. Barack Obama: illegitimate. This whole system: illegitimate.
This is what people are being taught by what we’re seeing unfold on the streets of Ferguson. People who once accepted the norms of this society and viewed the police and its monopoly of armed might as acceptable are increasingly questioning this and other foundational values of American society.
In the wake of the police murder of unarmed Black teenager Michael Brown on August 9, 2014, we’re seeing protestors and residents of Ferguson act with tremendous courage, and their resistance has inspired people all over the world. They have stood up to tear gas, wooden bullets, rubber bullets, police snipers, tanks, machine guns, sonic weapons, military occupation, arrested journalists, curfews, lies, slander, and “reasonable leaders” telling people to not protest too much, to remain calm. The protesters are true freedom fighters, and they have stood up to the armed enforcers of this system. They have been heroic and unbowed, and that is the real story here.”
Read the entire article here.Dread Scott’s work is in included in theexhibition Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art, now on view through January 4, 2015 at the Walker Art Center. 

thecamhouston:

Via: walkerart.org:

Illegitimate

Dread Scott on the Killing of Michael Brown

"The police in Ferguson, Missouri: illegitimate. The Department of Justice: illegitimate. Gov. Jay Nixon: illegitimate. Barack Obama: illegitimate. This whole system: illegitimate.

This is what people are being taught by what we’re seeing unfold on the streets of Ferguson. People who once accepted the norms of this society and viewed the police and its monopoly of armed might as acceptable are increasingly questioning this and other foundational values of American society.

In the wake of the police murder of unarmed Black teenager Michael Brown on August 9, 2014, we’re seeing protestors and residents of Ferguson act with tremendous courage, and their resistance has inspired people all over the world. They have stood up to tear gas, wooden bullets, rubber bullets, police snipers, tanks, machine guns, sonic weapons, military occupation, arrested journalists, curfews, lies, slander, and “reasonable leaders” telling people to not protest too much, to remain calm. The protesters are true freedom fighters, and they have stood up to the armed enforcers of this system. They have been heroic and unbowed, and that is the real story here.”

Read the entire article here.

Dread Scott’s work is in included in theexhibition Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Artnow on view through January 4, 2015 at the Walker Art Center. 

thecamhouston
nearlya:

Mai-Thu Perret. A tolerable straight line (Shandy II), 2014

nearlya:

Mai-Thu PerretA tolerable straight line (Shandy II), 2014

e-stocado:

Sophia Chang

e-stocado:

Sophia Chang

thetuesdayafter:

Haegue Yang

thetuesdayafter:

Haegue Yang