There are those who see subjectification as the impossibility of revolt, and others who see it as the creation of a warfront on every single aspect of life. Some seek shelter in semiocratic slavery; others, however, go to war.
For Homer, Athena is the coming together of every force necessary for heroic action to conquer the moment at hand. She is an ethical approach to life, one unburdened by a necessarily moralistic conformity to Form and Tradition. She is life in all of its glorious natural perfection, in direct opposition to the universal law… Continue Reading
What happens when a pagan dies? He goes to heaven, silly. Random entry-point I. The effect of words is not a matter of belief, let alone truth, but obedience and conformity – most of which is unconscious: “Language’s primary function is not to communicate or inform but to issue orders;” “Speech acts don’t establish, share,… Continue Reading
What shall we do, when public art becomes so vulgarly Marketable, So Progressive, so Modern, so Global? Set it on fire, and in doing so, create the next avant-garde: The flaming wicks of Molotov cocktails will be our paintbrushes, Terrifying sirens and megaphones will be our orchestras, we’ll scribe New… Continue Reading
Abandoned Silence Willits + Sakamoto from Ancient Future (12k, 2012)
In the Greek Heroic Age there was a shared set of values, based, one, upon war as the most noble of activities; and two, of honor and courage as the sublime values of the warrior – that a warrior was brave in battle but magnanimous, generous, giving great gifts and expecting nothing in return. Being… Continue Reading