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Introduction
Jenny Holzer, had a different way of looking at the world. In learning about her and her art, and how her art has affected us, try a new way of learning, use the power of the Internet. The links below will get you started.

Jenny Holzer is an abstract painter who turned to language to paint ideas. Her one-line works have appeared on posters, t-shirts, park benches, large-scale public spaces, and even commercial television.

Jenny Holzer was a visionary artist. Her subjects included topics that were taboo: , and family problems. She is known for displaying her work on T-shirts, walls, posters, signs, and benches.






Jenny Holzer was born July 29, 1950, in Gallipolis, Ohio. She received a B.F.A. in printmaking and painting from Ohio University, Athens, in 1972, and in 1975, she entered the M.F.A. painting program at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence. While there, she began to introduce language into her work. Holzer moved to New York after earning her degree at R.I.S.D. in 1977, and enrolled in the Independent Study Program at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. That year, she created her first all-text works, the Truisms series, printing them on paper, which she pasted up anonymously around the city.
Holzer has been the recipient of several important awards, including the Blair Award, presented by the Art Institute of Chicago in 1982 and the Leone d’Oro award for best pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 1990.
In addition to the numerous solo and group exhibitions in which her work has appeared, Holzer has created many public projects, among them a Truisms display on the Spectacolor Board in Times Square in 1982, sponsored by the Public Art Fund, and a series of public spots for MTV in 1989. She has also published several books, including A Little Knowledge (1979); Black Book (1980); Hotel (with Peter Nadin, 1980); Living (with Nadin, 1980); Eating Friends (with Nadin, 1981); Eating Through Living (with Nadin, 1981); and Truisms and Essays (1983).



Jenny Holzer (USA)
THE BENCHES - or, 10 stone objects
provided with a commentary
from the "TRUISMS" and "TEXTS ON SURVIVAL"


Exhibition opening
28.05, 5.30 p.m.
Curator: Wojciech Krukowski
Co-operation: Marta Pejda


Jenny Holzer ranks among the most outstanding American artists of the middle-age generation. At the beginning of her creative activity, she dealt with abstract painting, into which she was gradually introducing textual elements. In the latter half of the 1970's, she abandoned forms of expression peculiar to painting, and established written word as the basic means of her para-visual artistic expression. To disseminate her texts, Holzer uses media and mechanisms worked out by advertisements and other public icons of the consumptive society. Her brief printed announcements appear on hundreds of posters, posted in galleries and street billboards, on neon signs and T-shirts.
Among the best known Holzer projects are the grand ones where durable, 'classically' expressed records of the maxims, chiselled out in the surfaces of stony benches, mingle with ephemeral, motion electronic inscriptions running all over the surfaces of walls.
Aphorisms used by the artist are taken from the sphere of 'received views', proverbs, sayings, fixed ('stock') phrases, all referring to conventional ways of thinking and stereotypical convictions functioning within the contemporary society. Combined in vast amounts and put in the alphabetical order, as it is with the Truisms cycle, they disclose a lack of coherence, a chaotic nature, and, contradictorinesses of ideologies and value systems accepted by a post-industrial society.

Jenny Holzer
"TRUISMS" - CCA poster 1993
[detail]

Simultaneously, Jenny Holzer touches upon - not infrequently, ironically - the urgent problems of Western civilisation, such as any forms of discrimination, the madness of consumption, or, the issues of immigration or cosmopolitanism. She has pursued project of this sort on the entire space of the Guggenheim Museum (1989) and within the confines of the American Pavilion at the Venice Biennial (winner of the Grand Prix 1990).

Exhibition opening 28.05.1999 - "Benches" - 10 stone objects.

The current CCA project is another presentation of Jenny Holzer's works hosted in Poland, after the 1993 exhibition. The sculpting of a few dozens of texts of the Truisms and Texts on Survival series on the rocky surface of the benches is another attempt at including the work within the public area of Warsaw, yet within a different context – one highlighting a material, or physical, durability. Notable is also the fact that the Holzer work shall initiate the 'Sculpture Garden' project in the closest neighbourhood of the Ujazdowski Castle. The initiative renders closer the possibility of establishing in Warsaw a unique collection of spatial realisations by the most illustrious contemporary artists, both Polish and foreign ones.

"TRUISMS" : http://imoax1.unimo.it/demo/Tru.html


The Holzer file
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Her Favorite Pieces
• Early "Truisms" street art from the late 1970s in New York City, where she got by with jobs as a waitress and typesetter and "periodic bailouts" from her mother ("I salute her," she says).
• LED display for the Guggenheim museums in Bilbao, Spain, and New York City.
A Key Milestone
• Selection in 1990 as the artist to represent the United States at the XLIV Biennale di Venezia in Venice, Italy, where she won grand prize for best pavilion.
Remaining Ties to Ohio
• An aunt in Gallipolis and a cousin in Columbus.
View of Campus Today
• "It's just nice to see the university looking so well. It seems a going concern, to the point of the grounds looking great. It seems active and healthy."





By Mary Alice Casey
Artist. Philosopher. Agitator. Free spirit.
One might offer these words to describe Jenny Holzer. Yet slipping a single label on the person seems almost as ludicrous as trying to tuck her life's work into one of those neat little categories many of us think of as art.


Holzer while on campus this fall
Photo: Rick Fatica
Holzer, who earned a bachelor of fine arts at Ohio University in 1972 and returned to accept an honorary doctor of arts degree in 1994, can't be so easily pigeonholed -- the person or the professional.
Her work literally has illuminated venues as diverse as the new Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in Spain, Times Square in New York and Slate online magazine. Now, it also can be found in Ohio University's Gordy Hall, where students enter the building under a large LED display recessed in the ceiling, read or chat on granite benches in the first-floor hallway and congregate at a banquet-size table on a patio facing South Green and the hills beyond.
Both art forms -- the table and benches in carved block letters and the black and red LED in streaming sentences translated into several languages -- bear one-line statements, or "Truisms," Holzer began writing in the late 1970s. It's man's fate to outsmart himself. Revolution begins with changes in the individual. One of Holzer's personal favorites: Abuse of power comes as no surprise. And one she hears is raising eyebrows on campus: A lot of professionals are pots.


A projection from Holzer's anti-war installation in Leipzig, Germany.
Photo courtesy of Jenny Holzer
"I like to hang out for people's consideration the issues that are of concern to me and that I hope matter to others as well ... and put them out in a way that attracts people to them long enough to consider and debate them, and maybe decide how and if to act on them," Holzer says. "The idea is not to do a piece that is so sleepy or so bland that everybody is going to like it or salute it."
Holzer's work attracted the attention of the university's Percent for Art Committee when plans were being drawn up for the $10.6 million renovation and expansion of Gordy Hall to house language-oriented programs. The panel of on- and off-campus representatives selects works to enhance new or renovated university buildings under a program requiring that state-funded construction projects of $4 million or more devote 1 percent of the money to art.
"The fact that Jenny uses language as part of her art is very appropriate for Gordy Hall," says Pam Parker, assistant vice president for external relations and chair of the committee. "We selected her because she is one of the top artists in the world today. It was a very nice coincidence that she is an Ohio University alumna."
A native of Gallipolis who grew up in Lancaster, Holzer visited Athens often as a child to see her grandparents. She spent two years at Duke University and one at the University of Chicago studying "pre-law or whatever else I was not doing at the time."
"I took summer art classes at Ohio University because I was trying to decide if I was going to let myself do art," Holzer says. She did, and she spent her senior year immersed in the study of painting and printmaking in Seigfred Hall. Holzer earned a master of fine arts degree in 1977 from the Rhode Island School of Design, where her experiences prompt her to reflect even more fondly on her time at OU.
"What I particularly enjoyed here was that the teachers were challenging, but very accepting of experimentation, which is perfect for artists. Artists must feel that they can and should explore any and everything," Holzer says. "I missed Ohio University when I went to graduate school. Too many faculty members were the exact opposite. They had a program that you had to subscribe to, say a certain sort of painting, to be in their estimation a good artist. I found that enormously restrictive and destructive after what I experienced here."
An almost quiet person with none of the iness one might expect of an artist whose work is sought for exhibitions and installations around the world, Holzer makes her home in Hoosick Falls, N.Y. There, so "Upstate New York" it's almost in Vermont, she lives with her husband, Mike Glier, and 10-year-old daughter, Lili. Asked if she has advice for today's artists in the making, Holzer pauses, then responds: "What I did ally was actually helpful. A dose of liberal arts -- a broad education in addition to your art education -- is extremely useful. Much good art, I would even say most good art, relies very heavily on a subject matter. So it's important to know what you think."
Holzer obviously does.



Jenny Holzer - Green Table
Jenny Holzer talks about Text vs. Image (sound only, 400K)

Bibliography


Truisms
Survival, 1983-1985
Although best known for her arresting and contradictory texts, and her skillful manipulation of mass media channels -- ranging from text-laden, light-emitting diode (LED) signs to street posters, plaques, and even brief television spots -- Jenny Holzer has demonstrated significant skill in conceiving and implementing site-specific installations. Her transformation of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York into a moving spiral of electronic information and her widely praised pavilion at the Venice Biennale, composed of LEDs, benches and inscribed marble floors, have fused the text-be it a declaration, a challenge or a lament-with the architecture and sculpture.
For the Stuart Collection, Holzer has created Green Table, a large granite picnic or refectory table and benches inscribed with texts. Several temporary projects were placed throughout the campus as well; some remnants remain. Like many of the works in the Stuart Collection, Holzer's table and benches, sited in the Muir College quad, monumentalize an ordinary and functional set of objects. Like all tables, Holzer's work serve as an informal gathering place for students and faculty to eat, talk, or study. Unlike the typical table, however, it is inscribed with texts on the top and sides of both table and benches. The various attitudes Holzer adopts in her writings-from humorous commentary to politically charged criticism-transform an ordinary gathering place into a site of questioning and debate. The temporary component of Holzer's project for the Stuart Collection included texts on existing LED message machines and inserted onto the Central Library computer, television ads, a series of cast aluminum plaques and poster installations throughout the campus.
Holzer's art came to prominence in the late 1970s and early eighties when she began to plaster posters of her "Truism" series throughout the streets of New York. This contradictory list, arranged in alphabetical order, seemed like a catalogue of cliches, but was, in fact, written and orchestrated by Holzer. The "Truism" dramatized a depersonalized and amoral information landscape throughout juxtapositions. Holzer has since produced a variety of texts with points of view ranging from inflammatory manifesto to feminist or parental concern to bleak resignation, In all of her work she links ideological statements with the forms and meanings of architecture.

JENNY HOLZER'S TRUISMS
A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE CAN GO A LONG WAY
A LOT OF PROFESSIONALS ARE POTS
A MAN CAN'T KNOW WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE A MOTHER
A NAME MEANS A LOT JUST BY ITSELF
A POSITIVE ATTITUDE MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD
A RELAXED MAN IS NOT NECESSARILY A BETTER MAN
A SENSE A TIMING IS THE MARK OF GENIUS
A SINCERE EFFORT IS ALL YOU CAN ASK
A SINGLE EVENT CAN HAVE INFINITELY MANY INTERPRETATIONS
A SOLID HOME BASE BUILDS A SENSE OF SELF
A STRONG SENSE OF DUTY IMPRISONS YOU
ABSOLUTE SUBMISSION CAN BE A FORM OF FREEDOM
ABSTRACTION IS A TYPE OF DECADENCE
ABUSE OF POWER COMES AS NO SURPRISE
ACTION CAUSES MORE TROUBLE THAN THOUGHT
ALIENATION PRODUCES ECCENTRICS OR REVOLUTIONARIES
ALL THINGS ARE DELICATELY INTERCONNECTED
AMBITION IS JUST AS DANGEROUS AS COMPLACENCY
AMBIVALENCE CAN RUIN YOUR LIFE
AN ELITE IS INEVITABLE
ANGER OR CAN BE A USEFUL MOTIVATING FORCE
ANIMALISM IS PERFECTLY HEALTHY
ANY SURPLUS IS IMMORAL
ANYTHING IS A LEGITIMATE AREA OF INVESTIGATION
ARTIFICIAL DESIRES ARE DESPOILING THE EARTH
AT TIMES INACTIVITY IS PREFERABLE TO MINDLESS FUNCTIONING
AT TIMES YOUR UNCONSCIOUS IS TRUER THAN YOUR CONSCIOUS MIND
AUTOMATION IS LY
AWFUL PUNISHMENT AWAITS REALLY BAD PEOPLE
BAD INTENTIONS CAN YIELD GOOD RESULTS
BEING ALONE WITH YOURSELF IS INCREASINGLY UNPOPULAR
BEING HAPPY IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN ANYTHING ELSE
BEING HONEST IS NOT ALWAYS THE KINDEST WAY
BEING JUDGMENTAL IS A SIGN OF LIFE
BEING SURE OF YOURSELF MEANS YOU'RE A FOOL
BELIEVING IN REBIRTH IS THE SAME AS ADMITTING DEFEAT
BOREDOM MAKES YOU DO CRAZY THINGS
CALM IS MORE CONDUCIVE TO CREATIVITY THAN IS ANXIETY
CATEGORIZING FEAR IS CALMING
CHANGE IS VALUABLE WHEN THE OPPRESSED BECOME TYRANTS
CHASING THE NEW IS DANGEROUS TO SOCIETY
CHILDREN ARE THE CRUELEST OF ALL
CHILDREN ARE THE HOPE OF THE FUTURE
CLASS ACTION IS A NICE IDEA WITH NO SUBSTANCE
CLASS STRUCTURE IS AS ARTIFICIAL AS PLASTIC
CONFUSING YOURSELF IS A WAY TO STAY HONEST
CRIME AGAINST PROPERTY IS RELATIVELY UNIMPORTANT
DECADENCE CAN BE AN END IT ITSELF
DECENCY IS A RELATIVE THING
DEPENDENCE CAN BE A MEAL TICKET
DESCRIPTION IS MORE VALUABLE THAN METAPHOR
DEVIANTS ARE SACRIFICED TO INCREASE GROUP SOLIDARITY
DISGUST IS THE APPROPRIATE RESPONSE TO MOST SITUATIONS
DISORGANIZATION IS A KIND OF ANESTHESIA
DON'T PLACE TOO MICH TRUST IN EXPERTS
DON'T RUN PEOPLE'S LIVES FOR THEM
DRAMA OFTEN OBSCURES THE REAL ISSUES
DREAMING WHILE AWAKE IS A FRIGHTENING CONTRADICTION
DYING AND COMING BACK GIVES YOU CONSIDERABLE PERSPECTIVE
DYING SHOULD BE EASY AS FALLING OFF A LOG
EATING TOO MUCH IS CRIMINAL
ELABORATION IS A FORM OF POLLUTION
EMOTIONAL RESPONSES ARE AS VALUABLE AS INTELLECTUAL ESPONSES
ENJOY YOURSELF BECAUSE YOU CAN'T CHANGE ANYTHING ANYWAY
ENSURE THAT YOUR LIFE STAYS IS FLUX
EVEN YOUR FAMILY CAN BETRAY YOU
EVERY ACHIEVEMENT REQUIRES A SACRIFICE
EVERYONE'S WORK IS EQUALLY IMPORTANT
EVERYTHING THAT'S INTERESTING IS NEW
EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE DESERVE SPECIAL CONCESSIONS
EXPIRING FOR LOVE IS BEAUTIFUL BUT STUPID
EXPRESSING ANGER IS NECESSARY
EXTREME BEHAVIOR HAS ITS BASIS IN PATHOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
EXTREME SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS LEADS TO PERVERSION
FAITHFULNESS IS A SOCIAL NOT A BIOLOGICAL LAW
FAKE OR REAL INDIFFERENCE IS A POWERFUL PERSONAL WEAPON
FATHERS OFTEN USE TOO MUCH FORCE
FEAR IS THE GREATEST INCAPACITATOR
FREEDOM IS A LUXURY NOT A NECESSITY
GIVING FREE REIN TO YOUR EMOTIONS IS AN HONEST WAY TO LIVE
GO ALL OUT IN ROMANCE AND LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY
GOING WITH THE FLOW IS SOOTHING BUT RISKY
GOOD DEEDS EVENTUALLY ARE REWARDED
GOVERNMENT IS A BURDEN ON THE PEOPLE
GRASS ROOTS AGITATION IS THE ONLY HOPE
GUILT AND SELF-LACERATION ARE INDULGENCES
HABITUAL CONTEMPT DOESN'T REFLECT A FINER SENSIBILITY
HIDING YOUR MOTIVES IS DESPICABLE
HOLDING BACK PROTECTS YOUR VITAL ENERGIES
HUMANISM IS OBSOLETE
HUMOR IS A RELEASE
IDEALS ARE REPLACED BY CONVENTIONAL GOALS AT A CERTAIN AGE
IF YOU AREN'T POLITICAL YOUR PERSONAL LIFE SHOULD BE XEMPLARY
IF YOU CAN'T LEAVE YOUR MARK GIVE UP
IF YOU HAVE MANY DESIRES LIFE WILL BE INTERESTING
IF YOU LIVE SIMPLY THERE IS NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT
IGNORING ENEMIES IS THE BEST WAY TO FIGHT
ILLNESS IS A STATE OF MIND
IMPOSING ORDER IS MAN'S VOCATION FOR CHAOS IS HELL
IN SOME INSTANCES IT'S BETTER TO DIE THAN TO CONTINUE
INHERITANCE MUST BE ABOLISHED
IT CAN BE HELPFUL TO KEEP GOING NO MATTER WHAT
IT IS HEROIC TO TRY TO STOP TIME
IT IS MAN'S FATE TO OUTSMART HIMSELF
IT'S A GIFT TO THE WORLD NOT TO HAVE BABIES
IT'S BETTER TO BE A GOOD PERSON THAN A FAMOUS PERSON
IT'S BETTER TO BE LONELY THAN TO BE WITH INFERIOR PEOPLE
IT'S BETTER TO BE NAIVE THAN JADED
IT'S BETTER TO STUDY THE LIVING FACT THAN TO ANALYZE HISTORY
IT'S CRUCIAL TO HAVE AN ACTIVE FANTASY LIFE
IT'S GOOD TO GIVE EXTRA MONEY TO CHARITY
IT'S IMPORTANT TO STAY CLEAN ON ALL LEVELS
IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO RECONCILE YOUR HEART AND HEAD
IT'S JUST AN YOUR PARENTS ARE YOUR PARENTS
IT'S NOT GOOD TO HOLD TOO MANY ABSOLUTES
IT'S NOT GOOD TO OPERATE ON CREDIT
IT'S VITAL TO LIVE IN HARMONY WITH NATURE
JUST BELIEVING SOMETHING CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN
KEEP SOMETHING IN RESERVE FOR EMERGENCIES
KILLING IS UNAVOIDABLE BUT IS NOTHING TO BE PROUD OF
KNOWING YOURSELF LETS YOU UNDERSTAND OTHERS
KNOWLEDGE SHOULD BE ADVANCED AT ALL COSTS
LABOR IS A LIFE-DESTROYING ACTIVITY
LACK OF CHARISMA CAN BE
LEARN THINGS FROM THE GROUND UP
LEARN TO TRUST YOUR OWN EYES
LEISURE TIME IS A GIGANTIC SMOKESCREEN
LETTING GO IS THE HARDEST THING TO DO
LISTEN WHEN YOUR BODY TALKS
LOOKING BACK IS THE FIRST SIGN OF AGING AND DECAY
LOVING ANIMALS IS A SUBSTITUTE ACTIVITY
LOW EXPECTATIONS ARE GOOD PROTECTION
MANUAL LABOR CAN BE REFRESHING AND WHOLESOME
MEN ARE NOT MONOGAMOUS BY NATURE
MODERATION KILLS THE SPIRIT
MONEY CREATES TASTE
MONOMANIA IS A PREREQUISITE OF SUCCESS
MORALS ARE FOR LITTLE PEOPLE
MOST PEOPLE ARE NOT FIT TO RULE THEMSELVES
MOSTLY YOU SHOULD MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS
MOTHERS SHOULDN'T MAKE TOO MANY SACRIFICES
MUCH WAS DECIDED BEFORE YOU WERE BORN
MURDER HAS ITS SEXUAL SIDE
MYTHS MAKE REALITY MORE INTELLIGIBLE
NOISE CAN BE HOSTILE
NOTHING UPSETS THE BALANCE OF GOOD AND EVIL
OCCASIONALLY PRINCIPLES ARE MORE VALUABLE THAN PEOPLE
OFFER VERY LITTLE INFORMATION ABOUT YOURSELF
OFTEN YOU SHOULD ACT LIKE YOU ARE LESS
OLD FRIENDS ARE BETTER LEFT IN THE PAST
OPACITY IS AN IRRESISTIBLE CHALLENGE
PAIN CAN BE A VERY POSITIVE THING
PEOPLE ARE BORING UNLESS THEY'RE EXTREMISTS
PEOPLE ARE NUTS IF THEY THINK THEY ARE IMPORTANT
PEOPLE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT THEY DO UNLESS THEY'RE NSANE
PEOPLE WHO DON'T WORK WITH THEIR HANDS ARE PARASITES
PEOPLE WHO GO CRAZY ARE TOO SENSITIVE
PEOPLE WON'T BEHAVE IF THEY HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE
PHYSICAL CULTURE IS SECOND-BEST
PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE IS ESCAPISM
PLAYING IT SAFE CAN CAUSE A LOT OF DAMAGE IN THE LONG RUN
POLITICS IS USED FOR PERSONAL GAIN
POTENTIAL COUNTS FOR NOTHING UNTIL IT'S REALIZED
PRESENTATION IS AS IMPORTANT AS CONTENT
PRIVATE PROPERTY CREATED CRIME
PURSUING PLEASURE FOR THE SAKE OF PLEASURE WILL RUIN YOU
PUSH YOURSELF TO THE LIMIT AS OFTEN AS POSSIBLE
RAISE BOYS AND S THE SAME WAY
RANDOM MATING IS GOOD FOR DEBUNKING MYTHS
RECHANNELING DESTRUCTIVE IMPULSES IS A SIGN OF MATURITY
RECLUSES ALWAYS GET WEAK
REDISTRIBUTING WEALTH IS IMPERATIVE
RELATIVITY IS NO BOON TO MANKIND
RELIGION CAUSES AS MANY PROBLEMS AS IT SOLVES
REMEMBER YOU ALWAYS HAVE FREEDOM OF CHOICE
REPETITION IS THE BEST WAY TO LEARN
RESOLUTIONS SERVE TO EASE YOUR CONSCIENCE
REVOLUTION BEGINS WITH CHANGES IN THE INDIVIDUAL
ROMANTIC LOVE WAS INVENTED TO MANIPULATE WOMEN
ROUTINE IS A LINK WITH THE PAST
ROUTINE SMALL EXCESSES ARE WORSE THAN THE OCCASIONAL EBAUCH
SACRIFICING YOURSELF FOR A BAD CAUSE IS NOT A MORAL ACT
SALVATION CAN'T BE BOUGHT AND SOLD
SELF-AWARENESS CAN BE CRIPPLING
SELF-CONTEMPT CAN DO MORE HARM THAN GOOD
SELFISHNESS IS THE MOST BASIC MOTIVATION
SELFLESSNESS IS THE HIGHEST ACHIEVEMENT
SEPARATISM IS THE WAY TO A NEW BEGINNING
SEX DIFFERENCES ARE HERE TO STAY
SIN IS A MEANS OF SOCIAL CONTROL
SLIPPING INTO MADNESS IS GOOD FOR THE SAKE OF COMPARISON
SLOPPY THINKING GETS WORSE OVER TIME
SOLITUDE IS ENRICHING
SOME STONES ARE BETTER LEFT UNTURNED
SOME WOUNDS NEVER HEAL
SOMETIMES ALL YOU CAN DO IS LOOK THE OTHER WAY
SOMETIMES SCIENCE ADVANCES FASTER THAN IT SHOULD
SOMETIMES THINGS SEEM TO HAPPEN OF THEIR OWN ACCORD
SPENDING TOO MUCH TIME ON SELF-IMPROVEMENT IS ANTISOCIAL
STARVATION IS NATURE'S WAY
STASIS IS A DREAM STATE
STERILIZATION IS A WEAPON OF THE RULERS
STRONG EMOTIONAL ATTACHMENT STEMS FROM BASIC INSECURITY
STUPID PEOPLE SHOULDN'T BREED
SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST APPLIES TO MEN AND ANIMALS
SYMBOLS ARE MORE MEANINGFUL THAN THINGS THEMSELVES
TAKING A STRONG STAND PUBLICIZES THE OPPOSITE POSITION
TALKING IS USED TO HIDE ONE'S INABILITY TO ACT
TEASING PEOPLE UALLY CAN HAVE UGLY CONSEQUENCES
TECHNOLOGY WILL MAKE OR BREAK US
THE CRUELEST DISAPPOINTMENT IS WHEN YOU LET YOURSELF DOWN
THE DESIRE TO REPRODUCE IS A WISH
THE FAMILY IS LIVING ON BORROWED TIME
THE IDEA OF REVOLUTION IS AN ADOLESCENT FANTASY
THE IDEA OF TRANSCENDENCE IS USED TO OBSCURE OPPRESSION
THE IDIOSYNCRATIC HAS LOST ITS AUTHORITY
THE LAND BELONGS TO NO ONE
THE MORE YOU KNOW THE BETTER OFF YOU ARE
THE MOST PROFOUND THINGS ARE INEXPRESSIBLE
THE MUNDANE IS TO BE CHERISHED
THE NEW IS NOTHING BUT A RESTATEMENT OF THE OLD
THE ONLY WAY TO BE PURE IS TO STAY BY YOURSELF
THE SUM OF YOUR ACTIONS DETERMINES WHAT YOU ARE
THE UNATTAINABLE INVARIABLY IS ATTRACTIVE
THE WORLD OPERATES ACCORDING TO DISCOVERABLE LAWS
THERE ARE TOO FEW IMMUTABLE TRUTHS TODAY
THERE'S A FINE LINE BETWEEN INFORMATION AND PROPAGANDA
THERE'S NO SENSE BEING ANYWHERE BUT THE TOP OF THE HEAP
THERE'S NOTHING EXCEPT WHAT YOU SENSE
THERE'S NOTHING REDEEMING IN TOIL
THINKING TOO MUCH CAN ONLY CAUSE PROBLEMS
THREATENING SOMEONE UALLY IS A HORRIBLE ACT
TIMIDITY IS LAUGHABLE
TO DISAGREE PRESUPPOSES MORAL INTEGRITY
TO VOLUNTEER IS REACTIONARY
TORTURE IS BARBARIC
TRADING A LIFE FOR A LIFE IS FAIR ENOUGH
TRUE FREEDOM IS FRIGHTFUL
UNIQUE THINGS MUST BE THE MOST VALUABLE
UNQUESTIONING LOVE DEMONSTRATES LARGESSE OF SPIRIT
USING FORCE TO STOP FORCE IS ABSURD
VIOLENCE IS PERMISSIBLE EVEN DESIRABLE OCCASIONALLY
WAR IS A PURIFICATION RITE
WE MUST MAKE SACRIFICES TO MAINTAIN OUR QUALITY OF LIFE
WHEN SOMETHING TERRIBLE HAPPENS PEOPLE WAKE UP
WISHING THINGS AWAY IS NOT EFFECTIVE
WITH PERSEVERANCE YOU CAN DISCOVER ANY TRUTH
WORDS TEND TO BE INADEQUATE
WORRYING CAN HELP YOU PREPARE
YOU ARE A VICTIM OF THE RULES YOU LIVE BY
YOU ARE GUILELESS IN YOUR DREAMS
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSTITUTING THE MEANING OF THINGS
YOU ARE THE PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE
YOU CAN LIVE ON THROUGH YOUR DESCENDANTS
YOU CAN NEVER OUTRUN YOURSELF
YOU CAN PULL YOURSELF OUT OF ANY HOLE
YOU CAN'T EXPECT PEOPLE TO BE SOMETHING THEY'RE NOT
YOU CAN'T FOOL OTHERS IF YOU'RE FOOLING YOURSELF
YOU DIG YOU OWN GRAVE
YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT'S WHAT UNTIL YOU SUPPORT YOURSELF
YOU GET THE FACE YOU DESERVE
YOU HAVE TO HURT OTHERS TO BE EXTRAORDINARY
YOU MUST BE INTIMATE WITH A TOKEN FEW
YOU MUST DISAGREE WITH AUTHORITY FIGURES
YOU MUST HAVE ONE GRAND PASSION
YOU MUST KNOW WHERE YOU STOP AND THE WORLD BEGINS
YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT PEOPLE REALLY THINK ABOUT YOU
YOU ONLY CAN UNDERSTAND SOMEONE OF YOUR OWN
YOU OWE THE WORLD NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND
YOU SHOULD TRAVEL LIGHT
YOU SHOULD STUDY AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE
YOUR ACTIONS ARE POINTLESS IF NO ONE NOTICES
YOUR OLDEST FEARS ARE THE WORST ONES

SURVIVAL, 1983-1985
YOU ARE TRAPPED ON THE EARTH SO YOU WILL EXPLODE
WHAT URGE WILL SAVE US NOW THAT WON'T?
PUT FOOD OUT IN THE SAME PLACE EVERY DAY AND TALK TO THE PEOPLE WHO COME TO EAT AND ORGANIZE THEM
SAVOR KINDNESS BECAUSE CRUELTY IS ALWAYS POSSIBLE LATER
DANCE ON DOWN TO THE GOVERNMENT AND TELL THEM YOU'RE EAGER TO RULE BECAUSE YOU KNOW WHAT'S GOOD FOR YOU
THE BREAKDOWN COMES WHEN YOU STOP CONTROLLING YOURSELF AND WANT THE RELEASE OF A BATH
SPIT ALL OVER SOMEONE WITH A MOUTHFUL OF MILK IF YOU WANT TO FIND OUT SOMETHING ABOUT HIS PERSONALITY FAST
MOTHERS WITH REASONS TO SOB SHOULD DO IT IN GROUPS IN PUBLIC AND WAIT FOR OFFERS
OUTER SPACE IS WHERE YOU DISCOVER WONDER AND WHERE YOU FIGHT AND NEVER HURT EARTH IF YOU STOP BELIEVING THIS YOUR MOOD TURNS UGLY
DIE FAST AND QUIET WHEN THEY INTERROGATE YOU OR LIVE SO LONG THAT THEY ARE ASHAMED TO HURT YOU ANYMORE
IF YOU HAD BEHAVED NICELY THE COMMUNISTS WOULDN'T EXIST
TRUST VISIONS THAT DON'T FEATURE BUCKETS OF
IN A DREAM YOU SAW A WAY TO SURVIVE AND YOU WERE FULL OF JOY
IF YOU'RE CONSIDERED USELESS NO ONE WILL FEED YOU ANYMORE
WHEN YOU EXPECT FAIR PLAY YOU CREATE AN INFECTIOUS BUBBLE OF MADNESS AROUND YOU
YOU ARE SO COMPLEX THAT YOU DON'T ALWAYS RESPOND TO DANGER
MEN DON'T PROTECT YOU ANYMORE
WITH ALL THE HOLES IN YOU ALREADY THERE'S NO REASON TO DEFINE THE OUTSIDE ENVIRONMENT AS ALIEN
WHEN SOMEONE BEATS YOU WITH A FLASHLIGHT YOU MAKE LIGHT SHINE IN ALL DIRECTIONS
FINDING EXTREME PLEASURE WILL MAKE YOU A BETTER PERSON IF YOU'RE CAREFUL ABOUT WHAT THRILLS YOU
USE A STUN GUN WHEN THE PERSON COMING AT YOU HAS A GOOD EXCUSE
IT IS IN YOUR SELF-INTEREST TO FIND A WAY TO BE VERY TENDER
THE BEGINNING OF THE WAR WILL BE SECRET
THE CONVERSATION ALWAYS TURNS TO LIVING LONG ENOUGH TO HAVE FUN
WHAT COUNTRY SHOULD YOU ADOPT IF YOU POOR PEOPLE?
USE WHAT IS NT IN A CULTURE TO CHANGE IT QUICKLY
PROTECT ME FROM WHAT I WANT
YOU ARE CAUGHT THINKING ABOUT ANYONE YOU WANT
IT'S HARD TO KNOW IF YOU'RE CRAZY IF YOU FEEL YOU'RE IN DANGER ALL THE TIME NOW
YOU CAN'T REACH THE PEOPLE WHO CAN KILL YOU ANY TIME SO YOU HAVE TO GO HOME AND THINK ABOUT WHAT TO DO
THE FUTURE IS STUPID
HIDE UNDER WATER OR ANYWHERE SO UNDISTURBED YOU FEEL THE JERK OF PLEASURE WHEN AN IDEA COMES
SOMEONE ELSE'S BODY IS A PLACE FOR YOUR MIND TO GO
WHEN THERE'S NO SAFE PLACE TO SLEEP YOU'RE TIRED FROM WALKING ALL DAY AND EXHAUSTED FROM THE NIGHT BECAUSE IT'S TWICE AS DANGEROUS THEN
IT'S EASY TO GET MILLIONS OF PEOPLE ON EVERY CONTINENT TO PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO EATING AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
GO WHERE PEOPLE SLEEP AND SEE IF THEY'RE SAFE
HANDS ON YOUR BREAST CAN KEEP YOUR HEART BEATING
TURN SOFT AND LOVELY ANY TIME YOU HAVE A CHANCE
IT IS FUN TO WALK CARELESSLY IN A ZONE
YOU LIVE THE SURPRISE RESULTS OF OLD PLANS
LET YOUR HAND WANDER ON THE FLESH TO MAKE POSSIBILITY MULTIPLY
IT IS EMBARRASSING TO BE CAUGHT AND KILLED FOR STUPID REASONS
SHOOT INTO INFINITE SPACE TO HIT A TARGET IN TIME AND CALL IT INEVITABLE
YOU HOVER NEAR LOVELY UNCONSCIOUS LIFE-FORMS THAT OFFER NO IMMEDIATE RESISTANCE
PEOPLE LOOK LIKE THEY ARE DANCING BEFORE THEY LOVE
BODIES LIE IN THE BRIGHT GRASS AND SOME ARE ED AND SOME ARE PICNICKING
SILLY HOLES IN PEOPLE ARE FOR BREEDING OR ARE FROM
YOUR MODERN FACE SCANS THE SURPRISE ENDING


selections from the survival series, 1983
2 silver offset lithographed stickers, each 2 1/2 x 3"
parking meters, philadelphia






selections from the survival series, 1986
pixelboard, 20 x 50'
installation, 696 yonge street, toronto
sponsored by electromedia, toronto




selection from the survival series, 1983
silver offset lithographed sticker, 2 1/2' x 3"
garbage can lid, new york









selection from the survival series, 1983
UNEX electronic display signboard, 30 1/2 x 113 1/2 x 12"
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