Thursday, January 24, 2013

Moon Hoax Not

“Moon Hoax Not”: Short Film Explains Why It Was Impossible to Fake the Moon Landing

"S.G. Collins doesn’t trust the United States government. They “lie all the time, about all kinds of things,” he insists, “and if they haven’t lied to you today, maybe they haven’t had coffee yet.” Like some of those who express a similar distrust, he claims he has no way to verify that NASA landed on the moon in 1969. But unlike most of that subset, he doesn’t think the government could have pulled off a convincing hoax about it."

Postwar Media is the creative company of writer / director S G Collins.
Collins creates media to help people and companies tell their stories.
He lives and works in Amsterdam.

Here's a journal entry, after receiving some feedback about the film.


Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Review: KLF: Chaos Magic Music Money

bc ideogrammic review of KLF: Chaos Magic Music Money by JMR Higgs
Bogus Magus has more infos: They're Justified and They're Ancient… #KLF
Tom Jackson has an Interview w/ the author: JMR Higgs talks about his new book on The KLF and RAW

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Dancing Around Duchamp

A series of events and exhibitions celebrating the life and influence of Marcel Duchamp will take place in London, England - at The Barbican Centre.

"This spring the Barbican embraces chance, provocation and humour in an international season celebrating Marcel Duchamp, widely considered the father of conceptual art and the most influential artist of the 20th century. We invite you to explore work by his precursors, collaborators and the generations of artists he has influenced across art, music, dance, theatre and film."

There will be an exhibition - The Bride and the Bachelors: Duchamp with Cage, Cunningham, Rauschenberg and Johns - of painting, sculpture, stage sets and musical notations...

You will be able to see/hear a programme of Cage music and Cunningham dance.

The theatre will present pieces by Jarry, Ionesco and Beckett, etc.

The cinema will show films by  Hans Richter, Man Ray, John Cage and Jean-Luc Godard, plus silent comedy and movies from the American underground.


You can find an excellent animated website called Making Sense of Marcel Duchamp online...

#duchamp2013 for Twitter updates.

Saturday, January 05, 2013

An Invitation to Support Aung San Suu Kyi and Democracy's New Voices of Freedom

In 1995, American Journalist Alan Clements spent six months in clandestine conversations with Aung San Suu Kyi recording her story. Their transcribed conversations form the book "The Voice of Hope".
After decades of peaceful resistance we're off to Burma to record the voices of freedom during her transition from dictatorship to democracy.

"Every leader on the planet should read this book at least once."
~ Alice Walker, Pulitzer-Prize winning author of The Color Purple

ASSK Invitation

We are a team of "freedom-lovers" passionate about travelling to Burma, the heart of this radical transition. Our intention is to document the insights and stories of the less known leaders in their long march toward freedom: former political prisoners; dissident writers, musicians, journalists, filmmakers, poets and comedians; Buddhist monks and nuns; reformed government leaders; shop owners; returning refugees; farmers; students; and possibly Aung San Suu Kyi herself, along with her esteemed colleagues, mentors and teachers.

Please stand with us and support this timely and important project. Contribute via the indiegogo campaign, pass this message on to friends, reblog, share, thank you.

"As spiritual and political beings we are all activists at heart. No one is outside of society...It's about our freedom. That means everybody. We must see that nothing and no one is separate from this freedom. No one is an island in this world." 
~ Aung San Suu Kyi

Burma (called Myanmar, by some) is undergoing one of the most epic reforms in human history: after decades of authoritarian military rule we're seeing the dawn of a compassion-inspired democracy born from love and nonviolence.  

This next phase of Burma’s "revolution of the spirit" is  being led by former political prisoners, artists and dissidents, including Nobel Peace laureate, Aung San Suu Kyi, “an icon of democracy...all around the world,” as declared by President Barack Obama during his historic visit to Burma just days after his reelection. 

Freed after spending the better part of 20 years under house arrest and prison, Aung San Suu Kyi, a recently elected Parliamentarian within her country’s new civilian Government, has called upon freedom-loving people everywhere, to SUPPORT Burma NOW, more than ever.  

Thank you for your time, and your support,

Fergus Harlow,
Campaign Ambassador, EU

Friday, January 04, 2013

Bigending of the Mayan Long Count in Panoramas.

At Chichen Itza last week--between playing drums for Fantuzzi, The Earthlings, and The peace tribe band at the chaotic 'synthesis2012 festival--ifly, made some panorama photographs using my I-Pad, and shot some weird underwater video in a cenote called Encantado (rumored to have a female crocodile living in it!)

My journey was really FAR OUT and mystical, beautiful and challenging all-at-once. I got into more textual porridge over at my acrillic blog. Be my guest:

I opened an account with today, and wanted to share my first batch of panos. Love, steve fly

My Trip to Chitchen Itza and Tulum 21st December 2012: (Condensed diary spillage):

Reflections on my trip to Chichen Itza: (a prose introspective streaming dollop)


"And greater grown then in the trifle of her days, a mouse, a mere tittle, trots off with the whole panoromacron picture"--James Joyce, Finnegans Wake. pg. 318  

Snapped December 21st, 2012. Chichen Itza.


Member of the NEW TRAJECTORIES webring