28: POP/Tech/ART

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POP/Tech/ART, October 1996
28: POP/Tech/ART Introduction: POP/Tech/ART
Charlie Bertsch, Jillian Sandell
All of these writers share our conviction that the politics of everyday life matters, that the little things we do are not as insignificant as we are taught to believe.
28: POP/Tech/ART Voices from the Collective: Lesser Evilism
This recent email thread started with David Hawkes -- a long time and frequent contributor to the Bad List -- being welcomed back to the discussion after his trip to England.
28: POP/Tech/ART Pour Out a Little Liquor For Tupac
Steven Rubio
Tupac's art is not that simple. He may claim that only God can judge him, but he must have known the power of his own music to affect others.
28: POP/Tech/ART The Burden Of History and John Sayles' Lone Star
Tomás Sandoval
We should remember that history is not a prison. Even the truths of the past can be overcome by creating in the present a new and future-oriented reality.
28: POP/Tech/ART Learning From Creativity
Jonathan Sterne
Art is not only evaluated on the basis of its use-value, it's also primarily understood in terms of commodities. Is this how it should be? I say no.
28: POP/Tech/ART Technology vs.Human Development: Brazil, 1996
Mario Ibrahim Salimon
Why do feelings of despair and abandonment persist in a world that has the power to create a fair and cohesive community?
28: POP/Tech/ART Religion Goes To the Movies: or, Through the Camera Lens and What I Found There
Cynthia Hoffman
In much the same way that Michael Dukakis allowed the right to define "liberal" in 1988, the left is allowing the right the privilege of defining the terms in which faith is discussed.
28: POP/Tech/ART Secrets Of the X-Files
Charlie Bertsch
The X-Files has also inspired the sort of obsessive fan culture associated with Star Trek, from conventions to trading cards.

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