Indeed. See my post above.Third world war tried to make something that destroyed the stylus and made you shit yourself at the end of side 2 of their first LP (1970). Debord's memoires had a sandpaper cover designed to scratch or ruin coffee tables other books etc (1959).
Well ahead of the game again eh robin?
The frame had built-in lights all as part of the piece. It's not beyond reasonable doubt imo.As if the people at the auction house didn’t know.
“Oh yeah, lets hang this painting in a suspiciously large frame on the wall and plug it into the mains”
Dissapointed in that DC stunt. An album named after a SI cartoon with a cover nicked from a debord 'book'.Indeed. See my post above.
Some Durruti Column KP cover in sand paper too no?
I vaguely remember reading that traditional Navajo sand paintings were destroyed - swept away or allowed to be blown away at the end of the day they were made.
I used to into this stuff 20odd years ago.
Can't remember much these days though.