Jo in her mean shades
a few things I re-found when moving stuff
This month, we’re highlighting African women artists who are pushing boundaries in the art scene with their art.
Check out Wangechi Mutu, one of Africa’s most prominent artists whose work revolves around art and anthropology, with strong connections to feminism, colonialism and globalization.
Read more about her current exhibition, ‘A Fantastic Journey’, which is on at the Brooklyn Museum until March 9.
Follow the series as we highlight one African woman artist everyday this month.
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I only really care about jazz and really fast hardcore these days.
Today is the anniversary (February 27, 1973) of Wounded Knee II, when 200 Oglala Lakota and the American Indian Movement reclaimed Wounded Knee, the site of a horrific massacre on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Never forget their legendary bravery. They stood up against corrupt tribal politicians, the U.S. government, and its military. AIM came at the request of the elders and women, and they were prepared to die for them.
Trigger Warning: sexual abuse, pedophilia Just a heads up that the founder of this commune was convicted of pedophilia and spent seven years in prison. one of the abused men made a documentary about this commune called Meine keine Familie, here’s a trailer with English subtitles. click. I am very interested/pro communal living but this commune failed big time.
Aktionsanalytische Organisation (Friedrichshof Commune) publications, 1970s
Here’s the video from the ALOUD series speaking panel I did with Exene Cervenka and Evelyn McDonnell on January 9 at the Los Angeles Central Library. I can’t even watch it cuz my interweb sevice is so slow! xo
K Records blogged Erika Elizabeth’s NEO BOYS review from the first issue of Dynamite Hemorrhage fanzine….
The following review of the Neo Boys’ Sooner Or Later [KLP242] was found in the zine Dynamite Hemorrhage #1.