I forget what eight was for
Post #1085 • November 12, 2007, 2:22 PM • 13 Comments
An oppositional self-image is very important to some people, most often to people on the left, and particularly to artists. But in order to maintain the appearance of being anti-establishment or anti-bourgeois or whatever, the nature of mainstream bourgeois culture (and how it has changed) may have to be ignored or distorted, and the views of one’s political opponents may have to be caricatured.
I'm likely to be hanging on to this blog by the skin of its teeth through the end of the week, as studio and work responsibilities intersect with a four-day course with the outcome of Level One certification in Final Cut Pro. (Video exhibition reviews, anyone?) Story leads are especially welcome this week. Make art and be good to each other. (This is going to by my Edward R. Murrow-style signoff from here on out.)