Your favourite virtue ::
the luxury of shame

Your favourite qualities in a man ::

Your favourite qualities in a woman ::

Your favourite occupation(s) ::
of a country ?

Your idea of ​​happiness ::
'half price happiness" to quote a new song

Your idea of ​​misery ::
linked to "les poètes maudits" take on the creative spark of Mallarmé / and other nihilistic voices

If not yourself, who you would like to be ::
une impossibilité

Where would you like to live ::

Your favourite color ::
to quote one of the very first Pop Group songs I wrote "what is the colour of love?"

Your favourite flower ::
Palo Santo (Bulnesia sarmientoi)

Your favorite prose author ::
Chrétien de Troyes

Your favourite poet ::
Guillaume Apollinaire

Your favourite heroes in fiction ::
reality is a fiction

Your favourite heroines in fiction ::
reality is a fiction

Your favourite painters ::
Odilon Redon

Your favourite composers ::

Your favourite heroes in real life ::
mercy ships

Your favourite heroines in real life ::
mercy ships

What character(s) in history do you most dislike ::
negative entropy

Your favourite food and drink ::
swede and cider

Your favourite names ::
how many ?

Your pet peeve (something that easily annoys you) ::
thinking, would rather dream

The change you most anticipate ::
those dreams coming true

A gift of nature you would like to have:
we all have natural gifts!!!

How I would like to die ::
in ancient Egypt they have no word or concept of death

What is your present state of mind ::

For what fault have you the most toleration ::
for how much longer do we tolerate mass murder ?

Your favorite motto ::
"dont explain your philosophy. embody it." Ἐπίκτητος

18 avril 2019 - 19:04

"In a secret world of forbidden knowledge power comes at a terrible price. A tour of every department of our media saturated society, the most explosive conspiracy ever conceived, the people shapers at every turn, we see ourselves as they want us to be. Immersed in their options, surrounded by their representations, reality melts
In this take the principles of reimagining zones, in this take the principles of ‘?’

Even if we arrive at that point through the means of excess readings purporting that overload is crucial in this age of discipline, punishment and negative entropy – it is, in fact, our ‘carceral archipelago/all movement is made in relation to form

Mark Stewart is a musician and conceptual artist from Bristol

⊕ Mark Stewart

photo by Tyrone Lebon