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By Kenneth W. Harrow
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Not content with controlling our bodies on the job, corporations have been trying to take over our “non-working” lives at home and in the streets. Advertising saturates our cities and dictates how we think so that any anti-capitalist alternative seems ridiculous and delusional. To make matters worse, I live in a high-priced, yuppie city where public space is dominated by real estate developers, banks, big landlords, and cops. Hand-made, silkscreen prints are a way to talk back and carve out a voice for myself and my community.
Make prints and GO! 5” Melba Abela, Killing the Night, 2004 etching, 11” x 15” repression | 49 I make prints by hand because it’s a cheap, accessible and participatory way to compete with corporate and government propaganda. Not content with controlling our bodies on the job, corporations have been trying to take over our “non-working” lives at home and in the streets. Advertising saturates our cities and dictates how we think so that any anti-capitalist alternative seems ridiculous and delusional.
It’s valuable to me that I have time in my studio to cut out stencils; this is when I can meditate and think about the world around me. I enjoy creating new art work. I can give people something they have never seen before. -Mathew Curran As the masses jump on trend after soul-numbing trend speeding blindly headfirst off of Internet & advertising cliffs to immediately forgotten pits of nowhere, it’s important to be reminded to slow down. Making and seeing handmade art are poetic, necessary reminders of human energy and of political and personal expression.
African Cinema: Postcolonial and Feminist Readings by Kenneth W. Harrow