It feels like summer is about to end the weather has chilled out. It’s got me kind of scared, in the most motivational sense. Although, for now the motivation is the kind associated with dissatisfaction, that’s okay though. You know what I realized though? Shinto doesn’t seem to have any tale of apocalypse. I think Chris Marker saw that too, I think he tried to show solidarity through memory, in a way that stuck. In the strangest of ways. We’ve got to keep it coming.
I was talking to Jared Boger the other night when I realized that we can’t think about the world ending anymore. It’s nice to think about where we came from though; centuries of violence, darkness and dogma. Now I’m rambling.
If you are in Baltimore, like going to art exhibitions, reading art criticism, and you like to write criticism, you ought to check out this polycr.it. The badasses over at Current Space teamed up with the genius Mitchell Goodrich and I’m only promoting it now because I just submitted something this morning (j/k… but no really). But yeah check this page out, submit. Discourse is great!