PLASTICS + TECHNO-UTOPIAN ALLURES // PLASTICS + OILY TEMPORALITIES // PLASTICS + ZOMBIFICATION OF FOSSILISED SUNSHINE // PLASTICS + TOXICITY // PLASTICS + QUEER FUTURITY
The book talk series seeking to honor and celebrate works by queer and disabled creators in the same academic spaces they were most likely to be pushed out of.
Twitter is the public’s preferred periodical of late. Yes, periodical—if Tom Wolfe championed a New Journalism of the ‘60s, then Twitter is our Newest Journalism.
Can meaningful change be effected from inside the system? How can public defenders break free of becoming mindless cogs?
"When my grandfather died in 2011, my mom printed out a copy of his unfinished autobiography and it sat next to our printer for months." A digital translation of my grandfather's autobiography and an exploration of how to connect with the past.
"Everyone talks about the rain in the Puget Sound area in the Winter, but I don’t remember that many rainy days. Maybe when you are young and having a good time the weather doesn’t matter."
"The purpose of this timeline is to demonstrate this communication between fashion’s function and its aesthetic, and to allow visual interaction with how trends in the past century have developed and transcended societal boundaries."
"Watching the latest Beyonce music video, "Mine," directed by Pierre Debusscherre I thought, we do strange things to tell the story of our emotions with our bodies."
Like an apartment, a box is private, personal, sensitive; it stores its content within walls, behind an address. As a package, it has only the functions of identity, security, and portability. As long as it arrives at the right place, without internal damage, it has completed its task. It will not be integrated into its recipient’s life.
"Even though it is out of date, temperamental, and actively begging me to stop using it, I will continue to use Howl for my podcast listening until the day I die."