Tag: irony

THE NEW SINCERITY

  (Marcus Slease in 1995) Irony and sincerity combined like Voltron, to form a new movement of astonishing power.” — Jesse Thorn   How do you feel about irony? And sincerity? Are they really opposites? Like all good art, they make for good cross fertilisation. In 1995, after coming home

Expectations and Going on your Nerve

Is hope a form of expectation? My expectations have often led to suffering. Whether the next new country or relationship. Or planning a lesson for a spectacular class only to have it fail miserably. And then the letting go. Almost tricking myself into believing I don’t really care and then

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