Monthly Archives: July 2014
Invisible made visible.
Art reveals who the artist is like nothing else can.
Beauty is in the eye of “the public.”
Despite all their privileges, beautiful people are exploited as public resources.
The challenge is to remain progressive without believing in progress.
I don’t doubt that you’ve “realized” something.
I just doubt that anyone has had all that many insights, much less one every other day.
The democratization of privilege.
The luxury of boredom once reserved for aristocrats has been extended to managers, laborers, and unemployed people.
Disagreement is at the origin of any identity.
Chinese and Japanese activists wanted to call it “yellow power.” Filipino activists replied that they were “brown.” “Asian American” was a compromise.
The mixing of Irish, Italians, Poles, and Jews into “whites” shows that “racial impurities” have in fact sustained fantasizes of their very opposite.
You cannot step into the same pile of shit twice.