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Power of Potential 2/05/09

Jason Redwood
American Hallucination Jason Redwood 2008 (interview with Beautiful Decay)

  • The value of meaning in art during a recession. (via Myartspace)
  • Novelist James Morrow discusses why he wrote “Shambling Towards Hiroshima” (via Futurismic)
  • Vintage footage of graff demon GKae on talkshow Gabrielle. ( via WYW)
  • There is a storm brewing over Shepard Fairey’s “referencing” of other artists work in his own pieces. Having been accused, with plenty of evidence, of plagiarism for years he is now being sued by the AP for his now (in)famous Obama “Hope” poster. Oh and his show at the ICA is boring. (via C-Mon)
  • RIP Luxe Interior. Gravest Hits indeed.
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