chasing the sun
the grass is greener on the other side

normal new years


serbian new years
Like an Englishman in New York = Kao koza u dnevnom boravku
Simone Weil
morphemes are, they are the tiniest, meaningful unit in a language
Reactionary modernism is a term first coined by Jeffrey Herf in the 1980s, to describe the mixture of "great enthusiasm for modern technology with a rejection of the Enlightenment and the values and institutions of liberal democracy" which was characteristic of the German Conservative Revolutionary movement and Nazism.
Going to Canada
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concepts are never pre-programmed. Rather, they are experimental effects of an on-going process which emerge in the doing, and merge with making
Amabouz Taturo
'A dolls house'
balloon house covered with plaster
Habit energy in Buddhism is the way we look at familiar things
paradox of irony -
having nothing left to loose, still retain his capacity to disappoint
instalacija - kuca /stage kao oblik kuce ali od zguzvanih papira kao
PHOTOSHOOTING - sa harmonikom
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the syndrom of 'princeza na zrnu graska'
to conceal the chronic ache of constant relocation

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the quest for happiness and gratification freed from fear and guilt
happiness of all must depend on the happiness of each
dawning lucidity
the consciousness of the wish to live and of its possible fulfilment stymies the death reflex which is its reverse; when, throwing despair itself into despair, one finds oneself to be a human being capable of constructing one's own happiness while at the same time nourishing that of others.
“Russians could say: If you tie yourself to the tree, they will simply cut your down together with the tree. At this struggle, all means are good enough: if you cannot love your homeland as a human being, if the enemy pushes you out, love it like a plant – stay, resist; or love it like a beast – run, attack, or escape, but don’t leave them your homeland; just pack it in your heart and take it with you wherever you go.”
_Oxana Timofeeva
reachable = unreachable
on the edge of law
I remember when I was at my worst,
I would look at this random house in the country side of serbia
on airbnb
and cry
in the 90s Kosovo aggressions with NATO, the Serbian army made fake tanks cause they did not have real once to provoke NATO
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from Adbusters #162, vol.30 no.4

normal reality itself could be one of those illusions - the ultimate meme, prolonged interminably by its social infectiousness.

healing by uncovering repressed truths.

eternal loneliness of insanity

by Rob Wipond
Foka Wolf
Abbie Hoffman
disrupting the sacred ritual of institutionalized greed

post-truth era

how do you fight misinformations?

it's as if the satire filters are kaput - because the truth filters are, too

go-go capitalism
So this is culture jamming in 2022: a chameleonic response to a shifting landscape. The resistance is comical; it absurd, its cryptic.

what it means to be truly alive?

Hazel Henderson
Jane Jacobs

Kennedy about GDP: 'it measures neither our wit nor our courage, neither our wisdom nor our learning, neither our compassion nor our devotion to our country. It measures everything, in short, except that which makes life worthwhile.''

Suzi Gablik
collective abundance
when you learn to stop struggling, and do nothing, everything is possible

TV Rain aka channel Dozhd, tv chanel in Russia's last independent outlet

Samuel Beckett: 'To find a form that accommodates the mess, that is the task of the artist now.'
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(I am Visa, u r Visa, we r Visa)
Burj Al Babas, a Massive Abandoned Town of Disney-esque Castles
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from a. hemon 'this does not belong to you'

page17 - home is a place where there is a void when you're not there; home is what your body fills out.
page 21 - for the world to exist there have to be objects, and inside those objects there has to be nothing, and inside that nothing there must be memories, and inside those memories there are snakes.
page 24 - death takes place when you can't recall the moment that precedes the present moment.
page 51 - the eternal life belongs to those who live in the present.
page 63 - there was so much life everywhere, nothing could ever end it; our killing was life, we lived it.
for the purposes of the continuation of the whole project of life...death was not a solution to the problem of life, because life was not a problem at all.
page 64 - only that which is difficult or impossible to remember is worth remembering.
page 66 - if i forget, it will vanish again, and it will never have existed. a memory, like a picture, is a model of reality.
page 76 - two versions: memory and imagery - what can be shown cannot be said, which is to say that the versions are mutually exclusive.
page 90 - don't get used to what is here, now, for only that which could be becomes what is good.
page 95 - just a body that loved itself, untouchable
page 101 - there are, indeed, things that cannot be put into words. the struggle never ends. why she had to go, i don't know.
page 103 - the freedom of the will is in the impossibility of knowing actions that still lie in the future.
page 109 - first you accumulate not understanding, then information, then knowledge, then - rarely - understanding, then your mind dies, then you die. i fought the law, and the law won.
page 113 - what does it want, except to live, to live on? I never know, it never tells me exactly when i'm awake. If i could please it by living forever, maybe it would let me remember everything. The solution to the problem of life, to the problem of forgetting, remembering.
page 115 - merely worried about everything ...if the night is endless, insomnia is no problem...the dream of an endless night
page 116 - if the world is to have an unalterable form, there must be objects, and rooms.
he who defines personal identity as the private possession of some depository of memories is mistaken.
page 120 - if the exercise of the will does alter the world, it alters only its limits, none of the facts. the world of a happy man is different from of the unhappy one.
page 140 - there is always tomorrow, because there is always today. there is always morning, because there is always day.
page 163 - we never explored the nature, it was there nut not there, it was and it wasn't
page 179 - without us there, there was no life; no one cooked, no one went to the bathroom, no one washed hands, no one drank coffee, no one turned on the lights, no one lived there
page 180 - before we returned there would be nothing, and then, within a moment, there would be everything, because we were there, and there was a here that belonged to us, that was us.

Velika seoba naroda

URAL Kaspijsko jezero Vrata ili kapija naroda ravnica između planine Urala i Kaspijskog jezera Hunski ratnik Sa dolaskom Huna kroz vrata naroda 375 iz Azije u Evropu počinje Velika seoba naroda
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plural noun: simulacra
an image or representation of someone or something.
an unsatisfactory imitation or substitute.
con artist
a person who cheats or tricks others by persuading them to believe something that is not true.
a person of humble origin who has gained wealth, influence, or celebrity.

an ambitious or ruthlessly self-seeking person.

a person's moral sense of right and wrong, viewed as acting as a guide to one's behaviour.

a person who settles a dispute or has ultimate authority in a matter.
very enthusiastic or passionate.

the quality of being dirty and unpleasant