Some Cursory Comments on the Nature of my Wall Drawing (2008)
Iaspis Fall Open House, Residency at International Artists Studio Program in Sweden (Iaspis), Stockholm, Sweden
Performative Lecture & wall drawing with pen, ink, magic marker, paint markers, paper and tape
10 x 3.5 m
Performance Audio Recording "Political Art in the Sixties," like the work of for instance Hans Haacke and the institutional critique, was about using art to describe and make visible the silent relations of the political conditions that surrounded art and were part of the larger world, to which it was connected. "Political Art Today," on the other hand, must address the homogenizing effect on culture of Neo-liberal Global Capitalism, which through the Creative Industries, Art Market, Branding and Advertising have created a crisis in the production of difference and variation. Art must resist this homogenizing condition.