Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Chemo

Chemo

Chemo (2007)

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Chemicals that kill cells
affect the whole body. One stop shopping
for fatigue. Dignity in a hairpiece
covering chemo brain is a see-through
trick. Big words like
everything else fall out fast.
Relax aggressively.
Otherwise
your style and sense of humor
go first.

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Image made with Fractal ViZion. Post-processed until the doctor said everything bad was finally gone. Text is a found "Google" poem constructed from a search string for chemo.

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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Disclosure

Disclosure

Disclosure (2007)

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A computer specialist gives out
information in new directions while still gripping
the thematic. No one pays me
to allow artistic expression or to prevent
your voice becoming an ad. The act
of making something obvious is becoming easier
to learn. Query your candidate
on the number of revisions. Your reporting
entity will not be liable for downloads
of new rules. Please let me know if a former flame
is committed to ethics, pre-sale protocol
like your cryptogram
of emotional riddles and a packed
thesaurus that became the norm
for passable vulnerability
and a provision for bad birth parents
based on what bile you file.

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Image made with Sterling-ware. Post-processed until everyone everywhere knew everything.

Text is a found "Google" poem constructed from a search string of disclosure.

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Monday, May 19, 2008

Accusers

Accusers

Accusers (2006)

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Other moribund books are available
if you don't understand the rules.
To read even more please apply
here.

The Supreme Court could murder.
Guant√°namo is ready to fight back --
riotous, riveting yet as humorless
as

every other server. Church documents
canvass accusers of Socrates until
doctors deliver living comments and one
baby.

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Image made with Fractal Zplot. Post-processed until enough people had been blamed.

Text is a found "Google" poem constructed from a search string of accusers.

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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Carrion

Carrion

Carrion (2008)

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Rilke, as one of the important letters show, mused on the fact that Cezanne's favorite poem was Baudelaire's "La Charogne" ("Carrion"), where dead flesh is made beautiful, not in the conventional sense, but in Baudelaire's ability to raise carrion out of the conventional formats and value structures which had left its beauty unarticulated. If, in Cezanne, painting allows that which was formerly unseen to be seen, "La Charogne" allows that which was formerly inarticulate to be heard.
--Michael Heller

From the "Flowers of Evil" series. Poem by Charles Baudelaire. Translation by Geoffrey Wagner.

Other images from the series can be seen here and here on Orbit Trap.

Image made with Orca. Post-processed until it became more stubborn than a beautiful dead mule.

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Saturday, May 10, 2008

Safe Behind the Candle

Safe Behind the Candle

Safe Behind the Candle (2004)

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Where possible, the use of alternative decorations which do not require open flames should be considered as a prudent option. This is especially important in federal buildings...
--Safe Use of Candles -- Bulletin

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Made with Fractal ViZion. Post-processed until someone blew it out.

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Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Stage Set for the Oresteia

Stage Set for the Oresteia

Stage Set for the Oresteia (2004)

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That the play ends on a happy note may surprise modern readers, to whom the word tragedy denotes a drama ending in misfortune. The word did not carry this meaning in ancient Athens, and many of the extant Greek tragedies end happily.
-- from anyone can play Wikipedia

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The blog underwent a slimmer, darker makeover. I wanted a black background for the images, a personal preference. Thanks to Dr. Tim who did most of the cutting.

Image made with Fractal Zplot. Post-processed until someone had to take a road trip to hell.

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Monday, May 05, 2008

The Red Pill

The Red Pill

The Red Pill (2004)

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Choosing the red pill will activate the red pill mode, obviously...
--"Red Pill Mode"

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Image made with Fractal Zplot. Post-processed until fully awake.

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