Tuesday, September 28, 2004

L.H.O.O.Q. , 1919, by Marcel Duchamp. rectified readymade <../r/readymade.html>, pencil <../Pas.html> on a reproduction <../Reh.html> -- a chromolithograph, 7 3/4 x 4 7/8 inches, private collection, Paris. As if the addition of mustache and beard weren't enough of a poke at this most famous of paintings, the letters Duchamp penciled -- L.H.O.O.Q. -- at the bottom of his altered image are meaningless in themselves, but when read aloud in French, make the sound of "Elle a chaud au cul," meaning, "She has a hot ass." See aerial perspective <../a/aerialperspective.html>, anti-art <../An.html>, Renaissance <../r/renaissance.html>, and sfumato <../Se.html>. www.artlex.com
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Monday, September 27, 2004

Andy Warhol, Gold Marilyn Monroe , 1962, synthetic <../Su.html> polymer <../Pm.html> paint, silkscreened <../s/silkscreen.html>, and oil <../O.html> on canvas <../C.html>, 6 feet 11 1/4 inches x 57 inches (211.4 x 144.7 cm), Museum of Modern Art, NY.
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Sunday, September 26, 2004

Andy Warhol, Mick Jagger , 1973, silkscreen <../s/silkscreen.html>, 73 / 250, 74 cm x 112 cm, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Iran. Mick Jagger was and is the lead singer of the rock band the Rolling Stones. See . www.artlex.com
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Saturday, September 25, 2004

Jackson Pollock, Autumn Rhythm (#30) , 1950, oil <../O.html> on canvas <../C.html>, 105 x 207 inches (266.7 x 525.8 cm), Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.
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Jackson Pollock, Night Mist, 1945, oil <../O.html> on canvas <../C.html>, Norton Museum, West Palm Beach, FL.
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Friday, September 24, 2004

Marcel Duchamp (American, born France, 1887-1968), Nude Descending a Staircase <../f/images/futur_ducham.nudedes.lg.jpg>, 1911-12, oil <../O.html> on canvas <../C.html>, 58 x 35 inches, Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA. Sometimes called Cubo-Futurist, so also see Futurism <../f/futurism.html>, as well as the Armory Show of 1913 <../a/armoryshow.html>, in which this painting was highly controversial.
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Thursday, September 23, 2004

Pablo Picasso, Weeping Woman , 1937, oil <../O.html> on canvas <../C.html>, 60.8 x 50.0 cm, Tate Gallery, London.
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Tuesday, September 21, 2004

sigh

could it be the aroma that uplifts me, the smell of this familiar scent that tickle my cravings.. could it be the warmth under my lips that i begin to sip the heat which fuses me.. could it be my hot mug?

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

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Sunday, September 12, 2004


My Stupid Mouth
John Mayer
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my stupid mouth has got me in trouble
I said too much again
to a date over dinner yesterday
and I could see she was offended
she said "well anyway"
just dying for a subject change

oh, another social casualty
score one more for me
how could I forget
mama said "think before speaking"
no filter in my head
oh, what's a boy to do?
I guess he better find one soon

we bit our lips
she looked out the window
rolling tiny balls of napkin paper
I played a quick game of chess
with the salt and pepper shaker
and I could see clearly
an indelible line was drawn
between what was good, what just slipped out
and what went wrong

oh, another social casualty
score one more for me
how could I forget
mama said "think before speaking"
No filter in my head
oh, what's a boy to do?
I guess he better find one soon

I'm never speaking up again
it only hurts me
I'd rather be a mystery than she desert me
oh, I'm never speaking up again
starting now

one more thing
why is it my fault?
so maybe I try too hard
but it's all because of this desire
I just want to be liked; I just want to be funny
look like the joke's on me
so call me Captain Backfire

oh, another social casualty
score one more for me
how could I forget
mama said "think before speaking"
no filter in my head
oh, what's a boy to do?
I guess he better find one soon

I'm never speaking up again
it only hurts me
I'd rather be a mystery than she desert me
oh, I'm never speaking up againI'm never speaking up again
I'm never speaking up again
starting now
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Friday, September 10, 2004

ode for the celebrant

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sunset over lake..
maybe..
just maybe.
the sun that sets
is the sun that meets the rays
of my heartache's arms.
basking..
embracing..
of a long gone love
that once arise
but chooses to kiss
the tinge line and be forever drowned
in the cold murky waters..

how i yearn for the
one that i miss..

Thursday, September 09, 2004

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What Can I DoMusic: The CorrsLyrics: Andrea CorrTranscript:
www.corrsonline.com

I haven't slept at all in days
It's been so long since we've talked
And I have been here many times
I just don't know what I'm doing wrong

What can I do to make you love me
What can I do to make you care
What can I say to make you feel this
What can I do to get you there

There's only so much I can take
And I just got to let it go
And who knows I might feel better, yeah
If I don't try and I don't hope

What can I do to make you love me
What can I do to make you care
What can I say to make you feel this
What can I do to get you there

No more waiting, no more, aching...
No more fighting, no more, trying...

Maybe there's nothing more to say
And in a funny way I'm calm
Because the power is not mine
I'm just going to let it fly

What can I do to make you love me
(What can I do to make you love me)
What can I do to make you care
(What can I do to make you care)
What can I say to make you feel this
(What can I do to make you love me)
What can I do to get you there
(What can I do to make you care)
What can I do to make you love me
(What can I do to make you love me)
What can I do to make you care
(What can I do to make you care)
What can I change to make you feel this
(What can I do to make you love me)
What can I do to get you there
(What can I do to make you care)

And love me... love me...

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