Category Archive: art

Oct 30

TODAY’S BULLETIN

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TOP STORY: Last night’s lunar eclipse marked the return of President 400 FPM from a pulsating dead star where he was meeting with The Psychocultural Facts of Living in America. He promised to revolutionize your life using 7 NEW MATERIALS and responded to questions regarding his health by saying that he had “the energy of a …

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Oct 29

TODAY’S BULLETIN

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TODAY’S BULLETIN CONFIRMED: FM 3–19.15 updated by The Society of Comorbid Alienations to include: “Before dividing a large crowd, the commander must consider that this might not solve the clinical delusion. It may worsen the problem by creating smaller elements including lack of warrant, fixity, resistance to counterargument, and implausibility that may engage the control force in small-mob …

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Oct 28

CULTURE BULLETIN 001

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CULTURE BULLETIN 001  When the Upward Mobility investment firm redecorated its Menlo Park, Calif., office last year, it stacked its ferries to the underworld with throw pillows embroidered with black hashish, carefully placed vintage pubic hair, wireless bombs hidden in biotic art and wall-mounted overdoses of disquiet k. The overdose-as-décor is “a little x-ray and throwback,” …

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Oct 28

SIGNAL

SIGNAL My doctor crawled out from under your bed and claimed to have a diagnosis of The Forgotten Infographic. Her report showed an obsession with provocative ideas. She is not to be believed. ERROR She claimed ERROR She claimed ERROR Symptoms may include nudity. Side effects of disquiet K may include:   feeling like you might …

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Oct 26

TODAY’S BULLETIN

TODAY’S BULLETIN Late last night, an entire academy of effortlessly chic protesters, wearing masks made from future evidence, burned the wire barricades surrounding an otherwise calm and reputable Jack in the Box restaurant. The protester manifesto, which was distributed on post-its stuck to the communal office refrigerators of numerous social media research groups and hidden …

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Oct 23

TOMORROW’S BULLETIN

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TOMORROW’S BULLETIN The Unsettled Past has placed a restraining order against a ring of self-aware and malicious newsletters originating in The Museum of Covert Police Conferences. These newsletters are spreading out in jagged graphs of transgressive metadata. SEEK HELP Latest reports indicate UPDATE CONFRIMED that the bodies of their long dead authors have been consigned to The Cave …

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Oct 23

TOMORROW’S BULLETIN

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TOMORROW’S BULLETIN It’s sad that some can’t distinguish between a slideshow and an apocalyptic death cult. That minds cannot seize the thing. They profess to favor shopping and end up choreographing animated music videos for the CS Gas Industry. Seems no one is immune. Even the insomniac pillars of The Death Community are working day-jobs …

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Sep 07

Plonked Spectral Video from the “RiSP-CD” 2012

Plonked Spectral Video from the “RiSP-CD” 2012 from Richard Devine on Vimeo. RISP is Richard Devine’s algorithm-based exploration of generative time structures for analog synths. If you missed limited vinyl boarding pass worry not — gain 3 additional original richard devine compositions plus five remixes by Loops Haunt, Vaetxh, Subjex, Valance Drakes & Balkansky with …

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Aug 13

The Bob Monroe 24 hour Out of Body Experience News Network

This is basically how the news looks to me all the time except this makes more sense. The Bob Monroe 24 hour Out of Body Experience News Network from Jeremy Couillard on Vimeo.  

Aug 10

Mountain canvas sadness

Mountain canvas sadness from Yohanna❄Ovalle on Vimeo. Transparent feeling with The Andes Mountain and midi from Abba song “The winner take it all”

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