IMG MGMT: Public Art & Collaboration

by The Bruce High Quality Foundation on August 4, 2008 · 2 comments IMG MGMT

Public Art & Collaboration from Bruce High Quality Foundation on Vimeo.

B.H.Q.F.U. is an ongoing educational series provided relatively free to the public and concerned with the cross-articulation of mountains and mole hills.

[Editors note: IMG MGMT is an artist essay series highlighting the diversity of curatorial processes within the art making practice. The Bruce High Quality Foundation is a radical art collective from Brooklyn whose most recent projects include “The Retrospective” at Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC, “Brucennial 08″ at The Bruce High Quality Foundation, BKLYN, and “The Great Wall” at DUVE Berlin. Their website can be found at www.thebrucehighqualityfoundation.com]

  • http://tommoody.us tom moody

    The Stockhausen quote is key, I think. As I recall he apologized for it after the world collectively censured him.

    That was considered sick, but the networks’ showing the twin towers collapsing over… and over… and over… until the American mob rose up to kick the wrong country’s ass was perfectly OK.

    (Speaking of spectacle and public images.)

    I walk past that hole every day and watch tourists taking pictures of the fence.

  • http://tommoody.us tom moody

    The Stockhausen quote is key, I think. As I recall he apologized for it after the world collectively censured him.

    That was considered sick, but the networks’ showing the twin towers collapsing over… and over… and over… until the American mob rose up to kick the wrong country’s ass was perfectly OK.

    (Speaking of spectacle and public images.)

    I walk past that hole every day and watch tourists taking pictures of the fence.

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