[NetBehaviour] medium disassembly gauge

TheSubversiveArtist theartist at tastemysubversion.com.au
Wed Jan 31 11:55:24 CET 2007

Simply beautiful, James.


On 31/01/2007, at 8:10 PM, <james at jwm-art.net> wrote:

> Title: 	Medium Disassembly Gauge
> Media: 	Pen, sketch pad.
> Dimensions: 	A4
> Date: 	31st January 2007
> Notes: 	Drawn around 4am. Sixth page of six, I've spared you the  
> others.
> smaller/larger page detail etc:
> http://www.jwm-art.net/jwm-art_page.php? 
> view=welcome%20mostrecent%20medium_disassembly_gauge
> ta.
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'I act with felt empathy for human beings, celebrating tolerance and  
diversity; and do so with humor, confronting uncensored imagery, in an  
in-political correct way you would not expect from any bureaucracy.

I speak in a streetwise esperanto you would chat to your mates with  
over a beer.'

The modern world is deluded and lost-our advertising visual language is  
seen by me to eat at the frail human ego, acting to degrade us, for  
wealth in the fickle spectrum of money.

I now use this method of subversion to attack the immoral and tragic  
state of leaders and ideological paradigms of contemporary society, and  
the modern world, to morally validate people as individuals'.

Controversial, hilarious, blatantly offensive, offensive, yet empathic.

I see it as 'validating, exposing and attacking contemporary  

A dig at the achilles heel of our leaders.

An angry statement to those who don't tolerate diversity.

'Celebrate your own subjective truth',

It may look offensive, yet speaks from a well of empathy.

TheSubversiveArtist has  a BFA, Ass Dip CAAD, Dip Bus, Human Rights  
Awards from the HREOC, am an author, advocate, illustrrator,  
designer... etc.

Hoping you have time to consider, and feedback with wonderful ideas.

Sincerely, R. McL,

'TheSubversiveArtist'. (Melbourne, Australia)


theartist at tastemysubversion.com.au

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