m1 (turm4)
 
Tuesday, 29. November 2005


English version: comment on the article: "Always against the small ones.";(Falter 47/05, Matthias Dusini)


"Unbelieveable!?"

I am deeply shocked! how these two "hooligans and vagabunden" get away with your articel. Neither to speak about that slapping and spiting is conceived as art. Further you have to read, that Brener and HIS GIRLFRIEND, Schurz pick a fight within the whole LEFTWING-LIBERAL CONFRATERNITY, it´s more or less easy to digest, but to attack JEWS, GAYS and TRANSGENDERS in a museums and art contexts is "the summit of all tastelessness". If I ever own a gallery or become a director of a museum, I would take precaution with such "catastropies of nature" as quick as I can and would make sure the "normalization of the cultural field". At that point it is danger enough appearing of this article, that such actions are imitated or reproduced by young artists. The dimension of such art discours is not expactable, if exibition spaces become an area of conflict where artists fight each other. If that happens, what are burning cars or terrorist attacks then? - "Pysiognomic justice"? Anarchy?



... Comment

 
status
You're not logged in ... login

Not registered yet?

If you have any questions about this blog try your luck in this section. Thank you and have a good day.

menu

  • - About us
  • - Book Project Intersections
  • - Decolonizing Knowledge and Life through Theory and Art
  • - Kritische künstlerische Praxis als Dissens
  • - Monthly Film Program
  • - Plattform Geschichtspolitik
  • a civil initiative based in Turkey
  • Decolonial Aesthetics
  • Downloads
  • Nomanden
  • PCAP April 2018
  • PCAP December 2017
  • PCAP January 2018
  • PCAP March 2018
  • PCAP May 2018
  • PCAP November 2017
  • PCAP October 2017
  • Program Archive 2008
  • Program Archive 2007
  • Program Archive 2005
  • Program Archive 2004
  • Program Archive 2006
  • Program Archive 2009
  • Program Archive 2010
  • Program Archive 2011

  • May 2018
    SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
    12345
    6789101112
    13141516171819
    20212223242526
    2728293031
    March
    Last update: 5/22/18 7:21 AM

    PCAP May 2018 PCAP May
    2018 1, May, 2018 Mayday, holiday 7 May 2018, Monday...
    by concept (5/22/18 7:21 AM)
    PCAP April 2018 PCAP Program
    April 2018 Holidays until 8.04.2018 EASTER break 9 April 2018,...
    by concept (4/30/18 11:38 PM)
    PCAP March 2018 PCAP Program
    March 2018 6 March, 2018, Tuesday At 16.00 intro Semester...
    by concept (3/21/18 6:13 PM)
    PCAP Program January 2018 Monday,
    8 January, 2018 At 13.00 presentations different lines of work...
    by concept (1/17/18 1:43 PM)


    RSS Feed

    Made with Antville
    powered by
    Helma Object Publisher