Death and Graffiti

A Tour Through a Tomb in Sodo—and What It Has to Do with Banksy's New Movie

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Excellent write-up! I'm glad if I can't find the building, that the works will live on in the Gallery4Culture show soon. It will be interesting to see how the meaning/experience of the show differs once it is placed in the context of a gallery.

PS Can't wait to see the Banksy flick!
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I saw the movie this week in NY. Great movie. My first thought was that Banksy sounded a little to tongue in cheek but the reviews in the LA weekly were their and he would have had to spend years planting seeds for the story behind the movie. In any event definitely worth seeing.
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Thank you, NIKO, for your work... No Touching Ground, you changed my son's life in a profound way when you were his teacher & Coor... I hope you know how sacred that is.
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I am going to find this place. yup.
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It will be interesting to see how the meaning/experience of the show differs once it is placed in the context of a gallery.

*throws up on your face*

it will be interesting to see how/if this differs from the work of your average photography/art student.
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@5: You raise a really valid point. Your photography/art student is pretty average. Totally B+.

I don't get the part about throwing up, however. What is the idea that you are trying to express?

Additionally, it will be interesting to see/hear what I have for lunch tomorrow. I know this comment isn't germane, but it's something you made me think about, and I am grateful for that. I really enjoy lunch.
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The Banksy film was at the Grand in Tacoma about 3 months ago---you all are behind the times.