Seville

Seville

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Justin Stansfield
8 months ago
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He had a studio in Hoboken which was a tram ride away from the apartment and went every other day. He had recently come back from Seville. It was over 40 degrees. Flies everywhere. He was tired and wanted to rest. He thought he might try to sleep an hour in a park. But the flies were such that it was not possible, so he decided to take the train back to the coast, and as he walked to the station he saw an elderly woman asleep on a chair, her head and her hands, surrounded by flies. Back in the studio he was trying to paint this without much success...
Justin Stansfield
8 months ago
He decided to paint over it and began to draw out in black paint the twin towers, two planes, and building seven. It took all of three minutes. Looking at it he saw that it was great. The idea was to paint something with no drama. Titled Seville, he wanted to create distance between a thing and its emotional charge. To water down and make linear the great spectacle and disaster of the early 21st century.
Justin Stansfield
10 months ago
A false flag is what Power does
The mainstream media a defender of Power
Is used to propagate the absurdity of the claim
And goes on to create works of entertainment
That force multiply a perception to the contrary

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