reprage

With our economy flipped on its head and everyone paying for stuff in live mollusks, things between the machines and the resistance became fragile. Both sides were sitting on top of a creative powder keg; we knew it wouldn’t take much to light the fuse.

It was the 5th of September, 1991, when the fuse ignited, and a hunk of iron ore was lovingly hewn into a cubic shape and dropped into the Australian Savana. It took us some time before we became resolute in our assessment. The resistance would have to respond in kind.

We had started down the slippery slope toward deploying our arts triad and mutually assured creation.

Use the comments to complete the following, “After very careful consideration, sir, I’ve come to the conclusion that your ____.”

A photo of a large sculpture depicting how machines improved biodiversity, crafted by Donald Judd

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