Kirsty Woods has started a new blog of marvelous "excess imagery" created by herself (and sometimes, Izzy the cat). http://whenthecatcomes.blogspot.com/
Dream of November 23, 2018: I am browsing the internet and come across a page entitled “Ducks of Cartersville”. The purpose of this page is to champion the revolutionary potential of ducks. I scroll the feed and see countless pictures of ducks, and people are discussing the revolutionary pros and cons of each duck in [...]
A recent email from RW Spryszak allowed me to voice some thoughts on the question of Peculiar Mormyrid's themes and games, their uses and abuses... Hi RW, This has nothing to do with your sub which we haven’t read yet, but I wanted to send a personal side-note from me on the "theme" question, something [...]
Automatic response after watching the film Tourist Trap (1979) Yes the broken manikin is the ending, this is a film about endings like all mannequins are in fact over and done with humans (wait, who with whom?) Discarded mentality is what this flurry of axes with makeup, how their lovely mouths flip open with a [...]
"Penelope Rosemont once said, “in a sense, all outsider art is surrealist art…” And this was the singular inspiration for this collection. Here, Surrealists are teamed with stalwarts of Fluxus, renegades that have no compass, as well as Outsiders who have rejected the false map of convention. “Be capable of the marvelous” was our call. [...]
Mariusze Figle, a surrealist emergence from subcarpathian Poland. You can check out their blog here. mushrooms-man on the bank of great water separating two black lands at the moment of vision
This microscopic moment was spotted on June 10, 2018 by Guy Girard who was accompanying Jason Abdelhadi and Amber Craig through the marché aux puces in Saint-Ouen. Photo by JA.
June 7-10, 2018 Revolutionary Imagination: Chicago Surrealism from Object to Activism Exhibitions, Film, History, Theory, Manifestoes, Theater, Poetry, & Music ... at Various Locations in Chicago Why Surrealism? Why Chicago? Why Now? Why Not? Celebrating the 1968 Chicago Surrealist Protest Show at 50 years! 1968: Object by Robert Green, poetry byFranklin Rosemont (Barbara’s Bookstore [...]