Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Mextasy: Eyegiene!! At the University of Michigan! Tomorrow!

UPDATE 3.15.11


Just a quick note to thank Hannah Noel and all the other great graduate students and undergraduates who worked to make my visit to the University of Michigan a success--I am SO in your debt for your comments, questions, ideas, provocations, and assistance while there in Ann Arbor; thanks, also, to Matt and Rachael for that cool lunch at Ashley's and to Professor Amy Sara Carroll for her work on the my Spring 2011 Wolverine adventure! Here's a gift image of Dora, sent to me by Hannah Noel...



Original Posting 3.8.11

Other news on the Michigan lecture/Mextasy exhibit here....


Next week finds me journeying out to Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan for a three-day residency--I will be delivering a lecture composed of parts of Eyegiene, my new book in preparation for the University of Texas Press; additionally (and more importantly), I will be hanging with graduate students (both critical theory-heads and MFAvatos y chicas) talking shop and sharing my West Coast-laced perspectives!   Some info on the chat is here at the Textmex Galleryblog and here, Comparative Literature, chez Wolverine-landia.  I am happy to report also, that MEXTASY, my traveling exhibit based on Tex[t]-Mex, will be joining me in Ann Arbor, MI as well.




the televisual subject... writ large





outing existential sabotage...
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"The Music Scene" from Anthony Francisco Schepperd on Vimeo.
Official music video for Blockhead's 'The Music Scene'. An animated mind melt into a post human New York where TV and animals rule. All cast to the sincerely melodic soul of Blockhead's 'The Music Scene.' Directimated by A.F.Schepperd; Commissioned by Ninjatune Records; Music by Blockhead











Assorted Images/Words for the Michigan Lecture!

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Ruth Gwily
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Banksy @ BRISTOL MUSEUM








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