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  1. Hong Kong Unions Call for Strikes

    jenrlstryke:

    HK WORKERS GO ON STRIKE: “HKCTU calls for all workers in Hong Kong to strike tomorrow, in protest of the ruling of the National People’s Congress, as well as the brutal suppression of peaceful protest by the Hong Kong government,” said the group. “Workers and students must unite to force the totalitarian government to hand state power back to the people.”

  2. rosswolfe:

From Hans Arp and El Lissitzky’s The “Isms” of Art (1924), via The Charnel-House
rosswolfe:

From Hans Arp and El Lissitzky’s The “Isms” of Art (1924), via The Charnel-House
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    rosswolfe:

    From Hans Arp and El Lissitzky’s The “Isms” of Art (1924), via The Charnel-House

  3. grupaok:

Lee Lozano, Untitled, 1965

"In February 1969 she commenced her General Strike Piece, in which she withdrew from the New York art world. Her instructions to herself were as follows: GRADUALLY BUT DETERMINEDLY AVOID BEING PRESENT AT OFFICIAL OR PUBLIC "UPTOWN" FUNCTIONS OR GATHERINGS RELATED TO THE "ART WORLD" IN ORDER TO PURSUE INVESTIGATIONS OF TOTAL PERSONAL AND PUBLIC REVOLUTION. EXHIBIT IN PUBLIC ONLY PIECES WHICH FURTHER SHARING OF IDEAS & INFORMATION RELATED TO TOTAL PERSONAL AND PUBLIC REVOLUTION.[6]
In August 1971, she began another notorious work of refusal, Decide to Boycott Women. What began as a one-month experiment intended to improve communication with women wound up as a twenty-seven year hiatus from speaking or otherwise relating to them. Her systematic rejection of all members of her own gender lasted for the remainder of her life. Lozano effectively cut off ties with friends, fellow artists, gallerists, and other women who had been long-time supporters of her art, including the feminist curator and art critic Lucy Lippard.” grupaok:

Lee Lozano, Untitled, 1965

"In February 1969 she commenced her General Strike Piece, in which she withdrew from the New York art world. Her instructions to herself were as follows: GRADUALLY BUT DETERMINEDLY AVOID BEING PRESENT AT OFFICIAL OR PUBLIC "UPTOWN" FUNCTIONS OR GATHERINGS RELATED TO THE "ART WORLD" IN ORDER TO PURSUE INVESTIGATIONS OF TOTAL PERSONAL AND PUBLIC REVOLUTION. EXHIBIT IN PUBLIC ONLY PIECES WHICH FURTHER SHARING OF IDEAS & INFORMATION RELATED TO TOTAL PERSONAL AND PUBLIC REVOLUTION.[6]
In August 1971, she began another notorious work of refusal, Decide to Boycott Women. What began as a one-month experiment intended to improve communication with women wound up as a twenty-seven year hiatus from speaking or otherwise relating to them. Her systematic rejection of all members of her own gender lasted for the remainder of her life. Lozano effectively cut off ties with friends, fellow artists, gallerists, and other women who had been long-time supporters of her art, including the feminist curator and art critic Lucy Lippard.”
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    grupaok:

    Lee Lozano, Untitled, 1965

    "In February 1969 she commenced her General Strike Piece, in which she withdrew from the New York art world. Her instructions to herself were as follows: GRADUALLY BUT DETERMINEDLY AVOID BEING PRESENT AT OFFICIAL OR PUBLIC "UPTOWN" FUNCTIONS OR GATHERINGS RELATED TO THE "ART WORLD" IN ORDER TO PURSUE INVESTIGATIONS OF TOTAL PERSONAL AND PUBLIC REVOLUTION. EXHIBIT IN PUBLIC ONLY PIECES WHICH FURTHER SHARING OF IDEAS & INFORMATION RELATED TO TOTAL PERSONAL AND PUBLIC REVOLUTION.[6]

    In August 1971, she began another notorious work of refusal, Decide to Boycott Women. What began as a one-month experiment intended to improve communication with women wound up as a twenty-seven year hiatus from speaking or otherwise relating to them. Her systematic rejection of all members of her own gender lasted for the remainder of her life. Lozano effectively cut off ties with friends, fellow artists, gallerists, and other women who had been long-time supporters of her art, including the feminist curator and art critic Lucy Lippard.”

    (via noceans)

  4. PiL - Death Disco: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFxpL5TpZH0. PiL - Death Disco: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFxpL5TpZH0.
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  5. "Today tolerance appears again as what it was in its origins, at the beginning of the modern period—a partisan goal, a subversive liberating notion and practice. Conversely, what is proclaimed and practiced as tolerance today, is in many of its most effective manifestations serving the cause of oppression."

     - Herbert Marcuse, 'Repressive Tolerance'.
  6. hipinuff:

Kazimir Malevich (Russian, born Ukraine: 1878–1935), Suprematist Composition (with yellow, orange and green rectangle), c.1915-16. Oil on canvas.
hipinuff:

Kazimir Malevich (Russian, born Ukraine: 1878–1935), Suprematist Composition (with yellow, orange and green rectangle), c.1915-16. Oil on canvas.
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    hipinuff:

    Kazimir Malevich (Russian, born Ukraine: 1878–1935), Suprematist Composition (with yellow, orange and green rectangle), c.1915-16. Oil on canvas.

    (via imjustbunburying)

  7. indigoeyes278:

Halber Mensch vinyl

Halber Mensch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0LF6WA9rxI.
Approaching abjection at a slither, with worms, bandages and Medieval harmony.  indigoeyes278:

Halber Mensch vinyl

Halber Mensch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0LF6WA9rxI.
Approaching abjection at a slither, with worms, bandages and Medieval harmony. 
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    indigoeyes278:

    Halber Mensch vinyl

    Halber Mensch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0LF6WA9rxI.

    Approaching abjection at a slither, with worms, bandages and Medieval harmony. 

    (via dead-letter-words)

  8. Name: The Old Man's Back Again (Dedicated to the Neo-Stalinist Regime)
    Artist: Scott Walker
    Album: Scott 4

    fuckyeahscottwalker:


    I seen a hand
    I seen a vision

    The Old Man’s Back Again (Dedicated to the Neo-Stalinist Regime) - Scott 4, 1969

    Tankies are devoid of both Love and Dialectics, pitiable infantilism. 

  9. The Sisters of Mercy - This Corrosion.

    Kill the king, when love is the law,
    And the we’ll turn round… 
    (Gimme the ring)

  10. "Here we have the principle of commodity fetishism, the domination of society by things whose qualities are “at the same time perceptible and imperceptible by the senses”. This principle is absolutely fulfilled in the spectacle, where the perceptible world is replaced by a set of images that are superior to that world yet at the same time impose themselves as eminently possible."

     -

    Guy Dubord, The Society of The Spectacle (1967)

    Abolish Commodity Society.

    (Source: ucdeleeuw, via slimejourney)