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 Postmodernist Art, Pt. II

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Dec 20, 2001



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P.S. I can post more translations of "contemporary Russian poetry", if there's demand for it. (It's a painstalking process -- I want to be sure that I'm not talking to myself here...)


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by hauntedattics on Fri Dec 21st, 2001 at 12:20:43 PM PST
I would like to congratulate you on your postmodernist art. It makes a bold political statement and jolts the viewer out of his or her complacency. However, to be truly postmodernist, you should have included a rant against capitalism, perhaps with a Coca-Cola or a Nestle logo crushing some poor, innocent 3rd World child.

As for the Russian poetry, please please please post it, if it isn't a huge boatload of trouble for you. I've really been enjoying the last few installments. Thanks.


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