Times Square, Part 3: Broken Clocks
Why do buildings have clocks? Or I suppose the better question is: why don’t buildings have clocks anymore?
Is it possible that the public keeping of time was abandoned so that workers never know when to leave the office?!
My boss is mad. He says, “If Nick can’t have it done by 5:00, he might as well not come back on Monday. But I don’t know what he means because Nick only works on Tuesdays and Thursdays and sometimes on Fridays between 12:00 and 4:00 but only if he hasn’t worked more than 20 hours earlier in the week. Nick never works on Mondays.“
The Independent Cooper Union Publishers come to 266w25st
A night of poetry, stories, and ramblings!
Constrained Local Models
Taking part in a group show soon…
Alyssa Davis, Stephen Leone, Camilla Mercado, Lucas Pirtle, Tyler Paige, Tyler Putnam, and Moises Sanabria.
To participate in a system such as this is to forfeit some type of control, to be less self-determining, and to be vulnerable to the collective. Any individual may change the presentation of the collective—whether authoritatively or autonomously.
7 East 7th Street
New York, NY 10001
11 November 2014
6:00 – 8:00
11 November – 14 November 2014
11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Cooper Union Day of Action, 2012
Posters for the Day of Action at Cooper Union, which culminated in a 7-day occupation of the college’s clocktower.
(Featured on DIS Magazine, lol)