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Sissu says: Planetary breakdown = Have been thinking about
Sissu says: Planetary breakdown = Have been thinking about proposals for our century for some time, possibly a mad useless purely formal idea. Today, am in auto-pilot mood, caught in a fast increasing vehicle (not this one: http://folkestonetriennial.org.uk/past-years/2008/artists/heather-and-ivan-morison/), trying to recall what philosopher Hiroshi Yoshioka desribed as “the slowness at the speed of light”, a claim for using high-speed technology for being slow. Time capsule back and forth across dimensions, lunar scapes. DIY methodologies. Erroneous practice. Throwing arrows on site near Gunpowder Park (anti high-tech or super high-tech! thanks to N for taking the photograph) http://energycafe.wordpress.com/category/generating-power-off-grid/. Detours to Brazilian artist Lygia Clark working against the unique work, infinitely multiple works on an industrial scale, and the participatory in art as essential – early power? http://www.leonardo.info/isast/spec.projects/osthoff/osthoff4.html. And the http://www.bathouseproject.org/blog/ to not forget Jeremy Deller. Should one write on Tintin like Tom McCarthy or follow his activities with the INS http://www.necronauts.org/?