As far as I can remember, though of course its analysis of the art market suggests a critique of free market capitalism in general.
Went out with a lass who could only cum from anal sex. English, ex public school type, sort of a hippy masquerading as a bohemian. Did nude modelling to a bunch of elderly pervs etc. We live and learn.
You only had to to warm each other up and she’d bite her lower lip and start spreading her arse cheeks. We traveled everywhere together with a kit thing of lube and rubbers. Plenty of trains, in the woods round Box Hill, by the canal in Mancs, a museum store room, pub loos, the list was endless.
She discussed things and wanted us to to achieve female ejac through vaginal sex, but this never really worked. She could cum from oral sex no problem, but you could spend hours (hours) going through every conceivable trick known to man without cracking the conundrum. However, I’d only have to reach for the lube and she’d leer at the inevitable filth.
Not a keeper, but a riot while it lasted.
They're great when they come to you these waves of defamiliarisation. The way concepts leap out at you. The concept of a train or a balcony.I don't know what happened today but I felt cleverer and more receptive than usual. I was enjoying it just as much as if I'd been stoned, which is rare. What alchemy was this? I read some of a philosophy for basic bitches/children book on the way there and it forced me to start scrutinising reality, perhaps that was it? I was intoxicated. I was producing words from my mind that I'd usually be fumbling around for, getting worried about senescence.
Feeling like you're switched on is great. Maybe sobriety is the new drug?
saw one thing which was killer, it was a big name, james turrell, it was just a tiny tiny courtyard half the size of the smallest studio you've ever seen, with wooden benches, and they'd cut a hole out of the roof so that the roof was a square frame for the sky. and then coz the sky is framed like an art object and coz you know you're supposed to do it, it makes you look at the sky and the clouds as though they're in a gallery. that's a really beautiful installation.
it's free anyway for nyc residents, or for anyone who can pretend to be by memorising any nyc zip code. but yes you can also get the same effect by staring at the sky at any given time probably.So the best thing was something you get for free outside? Daaaammmnn. Savage burn bro 🔥🔥🔥 Take that, PS1!
That rings a bell, hasn't someone framed nature before in some way to make you look at it?saw one thing which was killer, it was a big name, james turrell, it was just a tiny tiny courtyard half the size of the smallest studio you've ever seen, with wooden benches, and they'd cut a hole out of the roof so that the roof was a square frame for the sky. and then coz the sky is framed like an art object and coz you know you're supposed to do it, it makes you look at the sky and the clouds as though they're in a gallery. that's a really beautiful installation.
i had no idea that's what PS1 used to be although its obvious now that you mention it. i thought it was a factory or some industrial thing. who the hell was living in long island city, enough people to need a school? there's hardly any old houses there, i thought it was all warehouses that were knocked down to make room for the big towers. electro-harmonix are still based there which is a legacy from that time i think. no idea on the boiler room. nothing that looked like that there anyway, that i saw.haven't been to PS1 in a few years, do they still have to old boiler room open?
aside from the art, it's kind of cool to see what an old NYC public school looked like.