Everything guerrilla: therapy;law;art;music;films;politics;and thinking with a deliciously malicious, maliciously delicious post post modernist frame.
As Mao said, a guerrilla must move among the people like a fish in the sea.
Please follow me - Jean Baudrillard
Utilizing the postmodern semiotic theory of Jean Baudrillard, Beever explores the root and meaning of terrorism.
He argues that, among the many forms of violence, the proliferation of the image is a subtle and violent virulence of signs: the exploitation of the signified through the proliferation of the “murderous image”.
Violence on this level is the violence endemic to terrorism.
This project explores Baudrillard’s conception of symbolic violence as the virulence of signs and helps us come to terms with the semiotic foundation of terrorism.
Make Me a Calendar
No Face Lift - Tsk tsk.
Brigette Bardot in first scene of Godard's Contempt