Welcome to PRAXISfrom wikipedia: Praxis is the process by which a theory, lesson, or skill is enacted, practiced, embodied, or realized. “Praxis” may also refer to the act of engaging, applying, exercising, realizing, or practicing ideas. On the first day of each month, one of us will post a prompt theme (picked from a group-generated list). Anything big and juicy we can sink our brains into and create responses that would be posted to the blog by the last day of each month. All media is welcome, from typed up thoughts on the theme, to scanned art, to videos of dance/performance art. There is no expectation that this should take mass amounts of time.
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The purpose of art is to lay bare the questions which have been hidden by the answers.–James Baldwin Looking at the questions beneath cultural representations of aging. Putting these up somewhere on the streets of Mumbai. Advertisements
As a new year starts I’ve been practicing my new year’s resolution of being mindful and hopping out of the worry loop that can suck me endlessly into anxious voids. So far, I’m finding that meditation and knitting are solid … Continue reading
I’ve been wanting to participate physically in the Occupy movement, and as I’m back to the states for a few weeks I made these posters depicting a few of the repeated concrete statements of the various humans associated with the … Continue reading
When I learn about extremely depressing things, like how many sea animals die each year from ingesting plastic, I feel the need to teach small children these sad things. So, I made this coloring book full of depressing truths and … Continue reading
Marinating on layers of consciousness. Been writing down my dreams and sometimes when I re-read, the dream is dissolved and only the words remain. I’m interested in interpreting these images, dragged back from the subconscious and recreated by my conscious … Continue reading
One of the biggest privileges of being white in the middle-class USA land I grew up in is that you don’t have to think about race if you don’t want to. Even though it dictates everything from speech to life … Continue reading
Guerrilla gardening. A little war using seeds as weapons–questioning ‘private’ land, borders, fences, and unused land. Throwing grenades made of compost, clay, and seeds into construction sites. Hoping.