My2K: A Multi-Format Journey Through the Early ’00s

“Whatever you now find weird, ugly, uncomfortable and nasty about a new medium will surely become its signature. CD distortion, the jitteriness of digital video, the crap sound of 8-bit - all of these will be cherished and emulated as soon as they can be avoided. It’s the sound of failure: so much modern art … Continue reading My2K: A Multi-Format Journey Through the Early ’00s

“divine” – “dissection” – “perforated”

divine. as the ashes of the last star drift i am left again to eternal darkness this emptiness infinitely more trustworthy than its lighter counterpart who’s introvert nature keeps them cold hearted surveying my box, i stare into the gloom i took risks with the last and i’ll do it again knowingly gave them too … Continue reading “divine” – “dissection” – “perforated”

“pasquinade”

love died by its own marketing disrobed of implants every entity repents smokestacks blanketing the present tense  love is a lie worth buying once fool’s gold facts abstract  threshold stitched in gown to rim testate eviscerated hence the heart digs its worms out tax free segments stagnating foam licked loyal by saprobes fimbriated warzone techno … Continue reading “pasquinade”

Trying to Talk with a Man About Nuclear Armageddon: Adrienne Rich & the Nuclear Gothic

Nuclear holocaust--Last year’s nightmare, this year’s dream.A mushroom cloud blooms. An appropriate, and if not appropriate then humorous, subtitle for Adrienne Rich’s poem “Trying to Talk with a Man” would have been “or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Admit My Relationship Has Failed.” And, much like Kubrick’s film (of a similar title), Rich’s … Continue reading Trying to Talk with a Man About Nuclear Armageddon: Adrienne Rich & the Nuclear Gothic