Wednesday, June 19, 2013

privacy and development

“We were searching for real sincerity and simplicity, and we found these qualities in the yurodstvo [the holy foolishness] of punk. Passion, total honesty, and naïveté are superior to the hypocrisy, mendacity, and false modesty that are used to disguise crime.” 
Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Pussy Riot

When our sense of "personal" space has been violated and our feeling of "privacy" has become controlled by a source greater than we can control, a strategy must be devised. Inadequate direction requires orquestrated responsibility. To balance out the problem, an invasion should be met with a disclosure. And this disclosure should be just as upsetting to the status quo.

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