Category Archives: conceptual art

“Read a Damn Book – 025: Duchamp”

Janis Mink – Duchamp (2006) Marcel Duchamp in one of the most important and most notorious artists of the 20th century, and oddly enough he really didn’t make that much ART. I’ve never really considered myself a huge fan of … Continue reading

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“5-3-8-15-5-19 (Esoteric Blood Vessels)” by Richard F. Yates

Be sure to drink your… “Thought Form 0001” When I was a little kid (5 or 6 years old—not sure what that would be in metric years) I wrote the word “blud” (I didn’t know how to spell “blood”) inside … Continue reading

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“Pain Induced Mega Nonsense Marathon! (01)” by yr

Friday evening, after a long day of manual labor, I came home, sat on the floor (as per usual), reached for my laptop, and promptly felt something in my lower back go “CAFLOOEY!” It’s happened before: packing DJ equipment down … Continue reading

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“Abstract (Arsenic Hallucination – Formula T13.Drag16)” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“No Image Here” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“A Place” by Richard F. Yates

I would like, as a work of art or a performance or an environment, to open a CLUB or PUB or LODGE—some form of public gathering site, in which every aspect: lighting, music, chairs, tables, the smell of the air, … Continue reading

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“The Sound of Silence” by Richard O’Brien

[This bit was sent to me by longtime collaborator and friend Richard O. I’m a day or two late posting it (because I’m a lazy ass) so the “Yesterday” referred to in the first line is actually from a couple … Continue reading

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