Semester ending, along with my sanity.
I want to be as ambitious as my thoughts. I want riot grrl to make a come back. I want to love making art again. I want to be successful. I want to love myself. I want to wake up every morning ready and excited. I want to have sex until I pass out. I want to have more money. I want our country to come to terms with it’s divide and get over it. I want to walk down my street and not have to block out every stupid thing that’s yelled in my direction. I want to let go of some things. I want to make music and sing. I want to stay insatiable. I want to be powerful and beautiful at the same time. I want more tattoos. I want a cat. I want to be Independent I want to buy lots of fabulous clothes. I want to thrive. I want school to be fun again. I want to not worry about the state of the economy. I want the end of the world to never come. I want to be a better vegitarian. I want to be a little thinner. I want that fancy $50 vodka. I want to see the world. I want to break shit. I want to feel like an equal or greater. I want my friends to be really happy and healthy. I want to be happy and healthy.
I want to Love the shit out of my life.
Darkly Inclined is on air tonight, Tune in 4:30- 6 on www.freeradiosaic.org or just check out some older archived shows when ever.
you know who you are (both of you).
now I sleep.
terri is AWESOME. i’m going to try to make this tomorrow.
Thursday November 12th 4.15 - 5.45 2M, Maclean
Terri Kapsalis and Faith Wilding Every Bodies’ Privates: Performing Feminist Health-care
In this provocative presentation cyberfeminist artists/health-activists/scholars, Terri Kapsalis and Faith Wilding present on-the-ground activist performance and artistic interventions that focus on issues in women’s and transgender health care.
Terri Kapsalis is a writer, performer, and cultural critic whose work appears in such publications as Short Fiction, Denver Quarterly, Parakeet, The Baffler, New Formations and Public. She is the author of The Hysterical Alphabet (WhiteWalls) and Public Privates: Performing Gynecology from Both Ends of the Speculum_(Duke University Press). Terri is a Founding member of Theater Oobleck. She works as a health educator at Chicago Women’s Health Center and teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Faith Wilding, is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, and educator and Professor of Performance, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Wilding co-founded subRosa, a reproducible cyberfeminist cell of cultural researchers using BioArt and tactical performance to explore and critique the intersections of information and biotechnologies in women’s bodies, lives, and work. Wilding and subRosa are internationally active, check out their websites to learn more.
I will meet you there if you go.