to orient yourself, look for this sign
"The first could be described as a sort of free association in terms of city space. The idea was simply to follow the streets, go down the alleys, through the doors, over the walls, up the trees and into sunlight, etc, that one found most attractive; to wander, alone or with one´s friend, following no plan but the solicitation of the architecture one encountered. Drifting was an attempt to orient oneself in the absence of any practical considerations: to find the types of architecture one desired unconsciously."
the Situationist International
quinta-feira, 27 de novembro de 2008
quarta-feira, 19 de novembro de 2008
sexta-feira, 14 de novembro de 2008
«No matter how compelling America's ideals, they still come wrapped in american power. People abroad may love the former but they are inevitably suspicious of the latter. And if America falters in its application of its ideals, people around the world will believe that they are simply a smoke screen for its power. Call it the fate of empire.»