Corso wrote:the alley shot mood is contemplative like it. nice collection of ear's work. i am impressed that you had noticed its work and collected the shots over time from random adventures. the work in the studio, galleries and street is fantastic. thank you for sharing.
with one of them we were driving down a street and i spotted a work and i said pull over now! i jumped out, snapped the pic, got back in the car.. all the while my man had a perplexed look on his face... until i explained it to him.
i was actually looking through my melbourne album deciding whether a pic i took in an alley down there is his work. im gonna email it to him to make certain.
the other week we went to an exhibition of street art on an island in the middle of sydney harbour. this album is a mix of art and history. theres some of ears' work, which as you can imagine, i was delighted to see. street art is such a democratic action... anyone can do it and perhaps everyone should... its terribly liberating. http://www.facebook.com/messages/?actio ... 173&type=1
Now what we have to understand is that this comes from an extremely clever and skillful program, that has manipulated us into ways of thinking that may be contrary to our own interests, but beneficial to the interests of the powers that be... beneficial to the interests of those who control our lives, and tax us until we have hardly a penny left to spend, take our money, and plough it into the creation of huge, armed bureaucracies, which exist to oppress us. We live in a society today where we may not make decisions, to explore our own consciousness. If I am not sovereign over my own consciousness, then I am sovereign over nothing.