Category Archives: apocalypse

blow debris

doug atkien, 2000

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slow motion blackbird

slowing down to the end of the world. chris hughes after steve reich, 2010.

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skeeter davis’s the end of the world, askew

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hollow men

TS Eliot saw it all in 1925, when he wrote ‘The Hollow Men’. George Romero must have been reading this. The Hollow Men A penny for the Old Guy I We are the hollow men We are the stuffed men … Continue reading

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Everything Crash

by The Ethiopians, 1968.

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Corporate Cannibal

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Four Horsemen

Here they come the dreaded riders who called the apocalypse, within their mercy is the fate of all human race. But wait! That’s what the ancient times say. The famous toy company who gave birth to constructive and analytical but … Continue reading

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The End (Christopher Maclaine, 1953)

Christopher Maclaine, a beat poet of the 1940s and ’50s living in San Francisco, made only four films in his lifetime – The End (1953, 35 min.), The Man Who Invented Gold (1957, 14 min.), Beat (1958, 6 min.), Scotch … Continue reading

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living at the end of history – capitalist realism

IT IS EASIER TO IMAGINE THE END OF THE WORLD THAN TO IMAGINE THE END OF CAPITALISM The idea of the end of History derives from Francis Fukuyama’s The End of History and the Last Man. Essentially Fukuyama posits the … Continue reading

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A Guide to Armageddon

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