"History is always happening" at Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site
Hey champ, you got a second? Look, your mother and father and Gossip and I have been meaning to have a talk with you about something.
Now, you know that we've been very supportive of you over the years. Very, supportive. Maybe too supportive. We've always wanted you to pursue your dreams and follow your passion and so forth. And we understand that you're still getting over your little album resale shop or vegan art gallery or whatever it was going under. But that was a year ago.
We think it's time you started considering some other career options. Maybe something a little more... traditional. Yes, we know it's tough out there right now, especially for someone with a degree in knitting theory from Pratt. And we understand that you're not really a "suit-and-tie" type. But your uncle Ted has very generously offered to take you on down at First Savings. It's an entry-level position and, well, we would really appreciate it if you would at least think about it. Either way, we're giving you until May and then you've got to start making your car payment.
Anyway, Gossip has a song about getting a job, so to help inspire you, we'd like to show you the video for that song, which was just released today. It shows them doing lots of different jobs, and really, any one of the jobs they're doing would be great for you. Except maybe the one Beth is doing at 3:01. Try not to get that job, please.
The video is after the jump. Will you watch it and take notes? Thank you. Oh, and here's a $20. Will you please go get a haircut. Your mother has just about had it with that mop.
The thing about "portable"/"recreate-able" installation art is that it kind of invalidates the whole concept…
Does the work become a "sculptural piece"? (And is the flat wall, the video?)