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Domen Ograjenšek
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 21
Replying to @domenograjensek
It’s as if humans have perished, yet the very things they’ve left behind relentlessly mourn them - a strange sentiment that seems perverse in how it absolutises man at the very moment of its absence.
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 21
The return of the drapery - now bodiless, draping pure loss, adhering to nothing but gravity (a verticality without drama, emotion, or movement).
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 20
Grimes announces new album, Miss_Anthrop0cene, and all hope is lost. 🕊
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 19
Next story, Exited
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 18
Is it still considered gentrification if all I would bring are some dirty Slavs and their contemporary art? @ Vienna
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 17
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
These Walking Dead spinoffs are becoming really stale.
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 15
Replying to @domenograjensek
2/ the second entanglement of romantic expression and transcendent absolution reaches out beyond the mundane this-worldliness of power and control in hopes of being exalted by the “sweet rapture” of the transcendent unknown.
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 15
1/ So if the first entanglement of libidinal investment and viral control sets the scene for a subjective dialectic between seduction and addiction, between disciplination and self-constitution — an individuals journey of traversing the fields of power and control —
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 8
Replying to @domenograjensek
There is no place for ‘work’ or ‘hope’ on social media – only ‘content’ and occasional despair. So where does that leave art?
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 8
Replying to @domenograjensek
The attitude of such art is usually rebellious compliance: ‘going to work and hoping it’s art’, ‘monetising your sexuality in hopes that you might also reclaim it’ etc., but all this jargon seems a bit outdated.
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 8
Replying to @domenograjensek
This is nothing new in regards to the body (and sexuality) as an artistic medium, yet what does the new framework mean for all the attempts of reclaiming agency or establishing class consciousness? What kind of well-rounded entity are we even talking about?
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 8
With a following as big as 190k, social media really can work as an alternative art market. Here, what is promoted and sold is the art and the artist himself. One adding value to the other to an extent that no gallery or dating app is even needed - a well-rounded entity.
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 3
How does an infinite world, rich with resources and without a preset goal or mode of operation (apart from your survival) almost unavoidably lead to proficiency, automation, and expansion and in the last instance dislocation and enslavement of villagers?
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Domen Ograjenšek Mar 3
I wonder if there’s a masochistic element in all this cuteness, since the stones don’t look like they are all that comfortable to hold. Also, it might just be a disciplining tool rather than a fashion accessory - something to get that assistant in check.
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Anna-Verena Nosthoff Jan 10
“Sadness occurs in situations where stagnant ‘becoming’ has turned into a blatant lie. We suffer, and there’s no form of absurdism that can offer an escape. The collective imaginary is on hold.” V insightful excerpt f. ’s new vitally important book:
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Domen Ograjenšek Jan 3
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Domen Ograjenšek Dec 11
Replying to @domenograjensek
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Domen Ograjenšek Dec 11
Replying to @domenograjensek
... The sonority of the pop scene will be reflected in its complex integration into the mechanism of control, which the former not only supports but also produces, as well as within the scope of the ”ethical turn” of aesthetics and politics, and its supposed resolution by ...
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Domen Ograjenšek Dec 11
Replying to @domenograjensek
... to the unbearable agonic invasion into teen-pop subjectivity — "Overprotected" (Spears), "Can’t Get You Out of My Head“ (Minogue), the breakups, and the breakdowns. The lecture follows these moves mainly as they coincide with the attack on the Twin Towers on September 11 ...
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Domen Ograjenšek Dec 11
Fever Theory, lecture at Škuc Gallery, Ljubljana on December 20th at 6pm.|| In the early two thousands, shifts in the motifs in popular music began a move from the sweet addictiveness, introduced and made prevalent by the “Teen Pop” genre of the 1990s ...
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