With a very special guest.
For our weekly System Model working group we had a wonderful conversation about collecting, and how the Invisible Economy will work for artists and collectors. Watch:
Mekyle: I mean if you aren’t popular in high-school and you finally get attention on social media. I’d probably be the same.
Judy: Haha, that is the key: a nerd revolt.
Sebnem: Can you share the link?
Judy: Thanks, Sam.
Mekyle: I’ll remember you, if you’re good enough I’ll build a shrine.
Judy: We’re going to have to build a shrine to Mekyle.
Dada keeps it real always. I’m helping cause y’all cool.
Judy: We’re all cool because you’re helping. It’s a two-way street.
Mekyle: Straight facts
Ser Ste: …
Mekyle: All my ideas are terrible.
Sparrow: omg 100%. Not your ideas Mekyle… But the thing about the movies being made. for sure.
Mekyle: Disagree, Fast and Furious 10 is unique and intellectually stimulating.
Judy: My movie blog is called I’ve Had It With Hollywood for a reason.
Mekyle: ^ is a joke. The thing I hate the most is the live-action movies of Disney classics.
Judy: I’ma share the blog here because I think Mekyle will get a kick out of my review of Cats.
Mekyle: “They’re evil, I recommend dogs”
Judy: What does that mean?
Sam: Undoing reification. Reification is a complex idea for when you treat something immaterial — like happiness, fear, or evil — as a material thing.
Judy: Got it! Thanks. It sounds like an esoteric name for capitalism.
Sam: like ROB NESS. An example of the price of the work is part of the work.
Ser Ste: it enhances the single person. It helps shape individuals without egotism.