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.
Author Archives: meganhanley
This is a great piece/concept/presentation by the architect Teddy Cruz, who re-draws the equator using the Pentagon’s language of “functioning core” and “non-integrating gap.” It has everything to do with consumption (and immigration, and colonialism, and globalization…). Cruz holds yearly … Continue reading
I’ve been reading a lot of Fluxus scores recently. Fluxus was a movement in the 1960s (ah, the 60s), inspired by the work John Cage and others, that used mixed media — printed instructions, music, visual art, performance– to create … Continue reading
Hey team. I put off posting until the end of the month because I was gong to make a new project, buuuut… life is busy. So instead I’ll share a project I made this summer. This was part of a … Continue reading
Hi, friends. I’ve been ramblin and a-roamin all summer; I’m sorry for my absence. I’m excited for the fall and for the inspiration of building up this blog. Here are some back-posts that I meant to share so many months … Continue reading