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  1. no n00bs allowed

    Comment by billy — September 22, 2007 @ 5:51 pm
  2. Newer forms of the bunker have also appeared. Mass media is certainly the most formidable. The strategies of the open and closed fortress implode in this enveloping bunker. While mass media brings its viewer the world, the world is also held at bay while the viewer commits h/er gaze to the screen, forever separated from others and from communal space. In this case, the bunker is both material and ideational. On one hand, it serves as a concrete garrison where images (troops) reside. On the other hand, it confirms state-sponsored reality, by forever solidifying the reified notions of class, race, and gender. Bunkers in their totality as spectacle colonize the mind, and construct the micro-bunker of reification, which in turn is the most difficult of all to penetrate and destroy.

    Bureaucracies, factories, malls, work stations, media – all are the products of the fortress mentality. The spectacle of these bunkers is designed to give the illusion of sociability, of public interaction, and of free choice, but it actually functions to reinforce the separation already inherent in the division of labor, and to channel the producer/consumer into a cycle of forced labor and consumption.


    Public art does not exist as there is no public space. The fundamental principle of rational society, as expressed through the fortress mentality, is to manage every piece of territory and to bureaucratize every social action. In such a situation, no one has the right to freely assemble, and no one has the right to install projects, even on what might be called “public property” (a contradiction in terms).


    When is a fortress not a fortress? One answer is: When it is in the public sphere.

    –Critical Art Ensemble

    Comment by marisa — September 23, 2007 @ 12:02 pm

    Comment by Jon Williams — September 24, 2007 @ 3:10 pm
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    Comment by Ross Chandrasekhar — October 10, 2010 @ 10:26 pm
  5. Just to name a few or these distractions, lets start with cell phones. People tend to feel very safe in their homes.

    Comment by Sydney Hamiel — April 26, 2011 @ 7:38 pm

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