snakeoil:

snakeoil:

ok this is serious though:

I’m looking for individuals to help me out with a project I’m currently working on. I’m looking for people of color who would be interested in learning a prayer I’ve written (via twisting around The Serenity Prayerabout asking for the strength to not only stop thirsting over white men (romantically), but also for the strength to stop praising their mediocrity and rewarding their trife behavior. It’s not a long prayer, but you would need to actually learn it and be able to recite it as a prayer would be recited. If you’re interested in being a part of this work, please respond to this or message me so that I can send you the text! Thank you! (aso this can definitely be a “thru the internet” type deal so don’t worry abt location)

HI IS ANYONE ELSE WILLING TO HELP ME WITH THIS PROJECT? You’ll just need to memorize (mostly) this prayer I wrote and then send me a video recording of you reciting it omg plsssssssss I want more people to be a part of this. REPLY OR MESSAGE ME W/ UR EMAIL ADDRESS IF UR DOWN!!!

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contemporary-art-blog:

Liza Lou artist from New York. Trust No One. 2010
Contemporary-Art-Blog

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hagcollective:

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
HAG COLLECTIVE - ECTOPLASMS

Ectoplasm refers to a vomit-like substance produced by mediums during seances, supposedly as a manifestation of otherworldly spirits. For this performance salon and accompanying zine, we would like to use the phenomenon of ectoplasm as a way of thinking about the creation of the abject, what for Julia Kristeva constitutes that which has been discharged from the body, rendered excrement. How does the body function as a sight of transactions, of exits and entrances? In what ways is the abject haunted? What ghosts are coming out of you?

GIVE US UR BLOOD UR TEARS UR PUKE.

If you would like to perform in the salon, please email hagcollective@gmail.com a few sentences outlining what you would like to do by the 11th of April, 2014. Performances should be 5-15 minutes long, though we may also consider durational performances.

For the accompanying zine, we are looking for text and images—anything that can be printed—that engage the above themes. Please email zine submissions to hagcollective@gmail.com by the 18th of April 2014.