Agitprop: Abstraction

I have no more patience for the tongues of management, for those who tell me to be nice, to be patient, to be less expectant – for my own good. There is at least one truth in the face of injustice and deceit: the ‘appropriate’ is inadequate, and that which would be adequate is dismissed as inappropriate. Erase me as you see fit my dust won’t know the difference, and you can bet that they will not “still remember” because it is not in the interest of power ever to remember.

Perhaps Abstraction becomes the face of Amnesia
when the details are too disempowering to recall.

— TAE (Art) Project: AGITPROP#33, for In Your Face, 1992.

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About Tracy Ann Essoglou, PhD

thinking-architect :: artist :: activist-philosopher :: author
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