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the photographic world of 2016
Maurizio Cattelan America (2016). Photo by Kris Mckay/The Peggy Guggenheim Collection “I am probably over simplifying many key elements in my rant. It is only that- a rant. I am sure that I am missing other quibbles to have about photography and since I am not being paid to write this drivel, I am simply going to let the problems carry on as this is…


check out my outfit, my baby, my book; the party I’m at; the food I'm eating; the petition I've signed; the protest I’ve joined — Photo-Soup.ORG (@PhotoSoupORG) September 26, 2016

this is what it feels like to be free ‘I has become the commodity we spend most of our lives producing. In real-time. Around the clock. We fashion a self that we peddle to others in search of the next job, the next contact, the next “like.” I do exist. This is really happening. See?’

dreams and the spiritual ‘The raw experience of the dream and the intense work of interpretation explain why the spirit realm was considered absolutely real for most of humanity’s history. People directly experienced the spirit realm in their dreams.’