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contemporaryobsessions:

J.X. Williams, Red and Black, 2008 is assembled from two ‘lobby brooms’ purchased at a local hardware store but probably dating back to the 70s. Black and Red is the name of an anarchist press in Chicago, famous for publishing the first English translation of Society of the Spectacle by Guy Debord. The early issues of General Idea’s FILE Megazine were published entirely in red and black. Brooms are for witches, of course. On the floor, evidence of the white sage scattered everywhere

contemporaryobsessions:

J.X. Williams, Red and Black, 2008 is assembled from two ‘lobby brooms’ purchased at a local hardware store but probably dating back to the 70s. Black and Red is the name of an anarchist press in Chicago, famous for publishing the first English translation of Society of the Spectacle by Guy Debord. The early issues of General Idea’s FILE Megazine were published entirely in red and black. Brooms are for witches, of course. On the floor, evidence of the white sage scattered everywhere