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Boil is an exhibition that lacks in any form of a curatorial theme outside of the exploration of a text-piece, as the single aim for this six-month period is to test the boundaries of what this platform (a text-based text broadcasting service) is and to maybe envision what it is possible for it to achieve.

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3 thoughts on “EXHIBITION: Boil

  1. I would if my phone were not so primitive. Scott Andrew Hutchins

    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/scott-andrew-hutchins/1/5b2/93bhttps://scottandrewhutchins.contently.com/ http://scottandrewhutchins.wordpress.com http://www.doollee.com/PlaywrightsH/hutchins-scott-andrew.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Scottandrewhutchins

    “The venerable belief in sacrifice is probably itself a behavior pattern drilled into the subjugated, by which they reenact against themselves the wrong done to them in order to be able to bear it. Sacrifice as representative restoration does not reinstate immediate communication, which had been merely interrupted, as present-day mythologies claim; rather, the institution of sacrifice is itself the mark of an historical catastrophe, an act of violence done equally to human beings and to nature.”–Max Horkheimer and Theodor W. Adorno, trans. Edmund Jephcott

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