Art With Attitude
Gabriel Thy · More Fluxus ·

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[ Gabriel in 2006 ]

 

SCENEWASH PROJECT BLOGS (Or Fluxus):

  • Idiotsheet: Discover what makes this artist tick, as I survey the land and its people in crisis and in conflict, in confusion, exhuberance, and fear, in psychic relay from sea to shining sea with one eye on history and another on what's next in terms of my own painting and that of contemporary art theory.

  • The Two-Fisted Quorum: Surveying America the Beautiful, Radical Centrism, the Project Manifesto and YOU DARLING with a sweetly perfumed flower jammed up your silly relentless nostrils. My domestic blog...

  • The Bellicose Augur: The world of life according to the world of death. Manifesting those global tensions merely hinted at in the Chainthinker section of the Project. A long stare into the short fuse of Islam and other international concerns.

  • Taking The Auspices: Flexing the literary muscle of the Project. Essays, poetry, correspondence, and odd assortments of anecdotal evidence of nothingness from the past thirty years this writer and poet feels compelled to publish. Have a taste, then dive straight for the papyrus...

      The Silent Cull and Other Mechanical Ideas
      Collected Poems 1980-2005
      by Gabriel Thy

    ...is AVAILABLE NOW from the publisher, and can be ordered from other notable online retailers like AMAZON.COM. [397pgs, hardcover, softcover].

  • Theosplatz: In the search for God, post-modern man seems nothing more than a pesky mosquito splat against an already filthy windshield of life, a dour remnant of man's best and worst qualities. Beyond Nietzsche and Jung, we rumble forward as civilization cracks.

  • Good Reads: Ratings and short reviews packed into a serious list of those books Gabriel still cherishes, as his grapples for more light. Some of you could do worse with your time. Browse, soak up the inspiration, then read a recommended book.


  •       "My work is the battleground where art and politics beat each other up, and few are they who seem the wiser..." —Gabriel Thy