I saw a weird photo of a really sexy young protester with a look on her face
best described as that of Bernini's Theresa. She was being pushed in the
back by an old/tall/pudgy/pasty type dude, who was trying to get protesters
out of the street in DC. They were blocking traffic.
I think that E.L. Doctorow's "Book of Daniel" would be a good book for
people to re-read.
>From: Michael Szpakowski <firstname.lastname@example.org
>Reply-To: Michael Szpakowski <email@example.com
>To: Eryk Salvaggio <firstname.lastname@example.org
>Subject: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: New Net.Art: "Protest Pieces 1-5."
>Date: Sat, 28 Sep 2002 13:23:55 -0700 (PDT)
><Protest Pieces, 1-5>
>These are very effective -I especially like #2&3, the
>ones which are b&w.
>< so you have to explore the scene in the photograph
> > on your own, as if it >
>& this works in one way very well-I quite like the
>unusual 'interactivity'(much more hands on and fun
>than clicking) but part of me wondered whether it
>might have been effective to crop back just to the
>faces, so that in a way the part then stands for the
>It's been a day of protest- I just got back from the
>fantastic 400,000 strong London anti war demo.
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