… the beautiful engineers are all dead, the secret technicians conspire for their own glamour in the Future… – Allen Ginsberg, “Král Majáles,” 7 May, 1965
Lyotard and the un-sublime art of new Europe.
...in order to become whole? A sneak preview of Louis Armand's The Combinations in 8 Moves.
In the Czech Republic, education is, for the most part, free. For many students, particularly those in the United States, the idea of attending university tuition-free is a dream.
It’s official. The new name for our country is….”Czechia.” This linguistic deformity has succeeded in unifying Czechs. Everyone hates it.
...or a cabal of madmen? A sneak preview of Louis Armand's The Combinations in 8 Moves.
In Berlin, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei covered the outdoor columns of the city’s main concert hall, Konzerthaus, with 14,000 refugee life jackets. In the middle of the columns, Ai placed a black rubber boat with “Safe Passage” written on it.
...smashed all over the pavement. A Note on Melchior Vischer's Second Through Brain.
Can the "Golden City" reclaim its financial lure of the past?
The manipulation of bias is a local problem that operates on a global scale. Nowhere is this more evident than in media.
The secret dualiam of good & evil, through the revelation of eternal symmetries.
Three days and the Death of the Swans – a glimpse into the real Czech Republic. Chinese President Xi Jinping visit was revealing in the worst manner.
"I had no free time – I was participating in the world revolution!"
Moving the pig farm from the site of the Lety concentration camp.
For the Czech Republic, rejection of the Euro results in a willingly tolerated tax, which is to a greater or lesser extent, included in all domestic prices.
Demanding an explanation from an ambassador is usually a sign of distrust. The Russian ambassador in Prague was not really disturbed by this fact.
It's rather hard to keep your morals and religious integrity as a Muslim while living in a place like Prague, since Prague is a city of vice.