Photo-Soup is a collaborative project that allows artists to disseminate their work & ideas without the necessity to fit mainstream curatorial agendas.

black nigger

“I said, I don’t know about a slave, but I’ll turn you black, and I’ll call the picture White Nigger”

in defense of the poor image

http://www.e-flux.com/journal/10/61362/in-defense-of-the-poor-image/ “The poor image is a copy in motion. Its quality is bad, its resolution substandard. As it accelerates, it deteriorates. It is a ghost of an image, a preview, a thumbnail, an errant idea, an itinerant image distributed for free, squeezed through slow digital connections, compressed, reproduced, ripped, remixed, as well as copied and…

on the dangers of self-expression 

https://thecreativeindependent.com/people/adam-curtis-on-the-dangers-of-self-expression/ The interesting thing about our time is that however radical the message in your art, if you do your criticism through self-expression, you’re actually feeding the very power structure you’re trying to overthrow. The power structure you’re criticizing also believes in self-expression as the ultimate goal. Capitalism is about self-expression; art is about self-expression.…

after postmodernism what?

https://www.nearbycafe.com/artandphoto/photocritic/2017/03/12/after-post-modernism-what/ “One of modernism’s faults, according to postmodern theory, was that it was optimistic: modernism believed in itself, in progress, and thus in the future. Post-modernism believes we are doomed to an endless present of continual re-runs”