Rare is the day when Bwog kicks things off by satisfying your doubtless insatiable appetite for Columbia-related experimental art news, but here goes:
The recent spate of bias incidents have led John DeSerio, GS, to undertake a marathon social and artistic experiment: for the next week, his “word wall” will be on display on Low Plaza from 12-6PM, and ready for you to write anything on it. And DeSerio means anything: For him, the solo project is about “taking ownership over our words,” and generating the kind of dialogue and discussion that he thinks will help us get over recent events.
Precedent leaves Bwog a little worried, but we’re hoping for the best.
Meanwhile, the folks over at ABC No Rio (?) have offered this subtle riposte to last week’s investigation. For those of you whose high school years didn’t involve listening to Biograph on repeat for
weeks months years at a time, the rest of this line (from Dylan B-side “Up to Me”) goes as follows: “In fourteen months I only smiled once and I didn’t do it consciously/Somebody’s got to be on your trail, I guess it must be up to m
Better believe were on your trail, mysterious guerrilla artist with a seemingly endless supply of easy-to-break dental molds. Or as Bobby would say,
“I see through your eyes
And I see through your brain…”