Die geheimen Tagebücher von einer verderbten Existenz

Behind these gates you will hear my thoughts screaming like nerves under the sun and feel my emotion laughing to the empty ether.
Welcome Dear Wanderer, make yourself at home.
The road is long and tortuous and I hope you enjoy yourself.

Fraternally Yours,
Poison Creeper

Thursday, 29 March 2012

Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Semiramis was a legendary Assyrian queen, also known as Semiramide, Semiramida, or Shamiram in Aramaic. Many legends have accumulated around her personality. Various efforts have been made to identify her with real persons. She is sometimes identified with Shammuramat, the Babylonian wife of Shamshi-Adad V (ruled 811 BC–808 BC).

Saturday, 24 March 2012

Clashes between Casapound and community centers in Rome

It was just a matter of time before the political factions started to fight each others on the streets....

Scenes of urban warfare in Rome. Dozens of activists of the social centers and collectives on the one hand, and left many supporters of the extreme right Casapound clashed in the afternoon at Casal Bertone, in Rome, not far from the new station Tiburtina. They overturned dumpsters, threw stones, hit with sticks and iron bars and detonated firecrackers, until the police intervened to separate them with charges of lightening and tear. There would be no serious injuries, only five bruised, but tension remains high. The two sides have launched mutual accusations about the triggering of the riots. A short could get the first footage of the complaints on the basis of Digos. An afternoon high tension that led the mayor, Gianni Alemanno, to argue that "political violence is a weed that grows in a spiral of mutual retaliation. We must break this cycle before it can grow."
The Left parties have returned to demand the closure of Casapound."Enough of these attacks squadristici" said Nicola Zingaretti, President of the Province, asking for clarity on the responsibilities of the clashes. "Rome can not bear to plunge back into the dark ages we thought were completely forgotten," he added. The collective of the left argue that a dozen young far-right with helmets and sticks attacked them in the morning, two militants, one of whom was wounded in the head. Casapound argues that self's mother's own investigator was assaulted with kicks and blows by some people of the extreme left to Portonaccio, not far from Casal Bertone.
It seems certain, however, that in the afternoon people were moved to the left of the tens 'Social Stores' minded to attack the Casal Bertone Casapound Futurist Circle, in Via Orti di Malabarba, today celebrated the fifth anniversary. Here, all parties are addressed overturning bins, damaging parked cars, throwing smoke grenades and coming in contact even after the intervention of police and police in riot gear. The situation seems to be back in the evening quiet. Alemanno has also asked to "identify and bring to justice those responsible" and "to all political groups, right and left, to isolate the violent".To the left of the Federation must "disband the neo-fascist organizations".
The Association of Partisans (ANPI) of Rome demanded an end to the "fascist violence" and called together for an event tomorrow afternoon at Ostia, on the anniversary of the Nazi massacre of the Ardeatine. In Ostia at the end of February broke out more skirmishes between militants of the left and right, with dozens of stops and a similar exchange of accusations.

Friday, 23 March 2012

NSK ALL THE WAY, spare ticket available.

Just received the tickets.

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T-shirts, sun glasses and converse. It feels like spring is finally here. Bicycle next week and we'll start another glorious summer.

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Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Neue Slovenische Kunst

Neue Slowenische Kunst were an important artist collective formed in the 1980s in Slovenia comprising three core groups; the painting collective Irwin, the artist-musicians Laibach, the theatre group Scipion Nasice Sisters and the design group New Collectivism. NSK’s name is the German translation of ‘New Slovenian Art’. Their work addressed the social and political situation in Slovenia, during a period of great turmoil as it was undergoing separation from the former Yugloslavia. As such their work forms a lens through which to view the history of the social and political evolution of the country at this time – in particular, the complex relationship between culture and national identity within a place that had been repeatedly occupied. Conceived as a form of ‘gesamtkunstwerke’ their work – whether as painting, music performance, theatre or design – manifests an evolution of the notion of ‘appropriation’ in art. Slavoj Zizek characterised their attitude as one of provocative ‘overidentification’ with the repressed ‘obscene superego’ of the state: as the performatively inhabiting structures implying power (whether they are gestures of military authority, canonical artworks or political propaganda).
Acknowledging the significance of this unique aesthetic and political collective emerging the 1980s, and their increasing relevance to the strategies of activism, collectivism and alternative distribution systems for many artists of the subsequent generation, Tate Modern will present a day of lectures, screenings and conversations. Investigating the complexity of NSK’s role by linking it to the wider trajectory of Eastern and Central European art history, the event will attempt to consider the collective as a whole for the first time, and invite each artist group to speak and present archive material. The event will also feature a ‘retrospective’ concert by Laibach in the Turbine Hall in which elements of early performances from 1982 onwards will be reperformed for the first time.
Organised by Catherine Wood, Curator (Contemporary Art / Performance), Kathy Noble, Curator (Interdisciplinary Projects) Tate Modern, with Dr Anthony Gardner and Lina Dzuverovic, Calvert 22, assisted by Loren Hansi Momodu, Assistant Curator.

Symposium Schedule

10.30 – 11.00 Eda Čufer 
11.10 – 11.45 Anthony Gardner 
11.45 – 13.00 Laibach and Alexei Monroe on Laibach 
14.00 – 14.30 Zdenka Badovinac 
14.30 – 14.45 Irwin 
15.45 – 17.00 Scipion Nasice Sisters 
17.00 – 17.45 Round table Artist’s discussion moderated by Klara Kemp-Welch 
19.00 – 20.00 Alexei Munroe 
20.00 – 22.00 Screenings

Monday, 19 March 2012

this just passed weekend...

Has been probably the most relaxed, loving and the least thoughtful I had in the past several months...

It was good to catch up with my old friend after roughly a year of quiet. Friday night was spent in. Saturday, instead, housewarming party where I had been able to feel the tribe again.

We were all there, unite.

Back home at 10am on Sunday, couldn't really sleep until 2pm, when eventually my eyes closed for 2 hours. Back to bed at midnight. Today I have a comedown from hell but the weekend was worth the price I am paying for!

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