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Coincidence Control Network: File #84 – Back from the Great Infection

ccn84image **We got our candy asses hacked here at SittingNow, so it was all hands on deck sorting that, some chicken soup, and a hearty dose of antibiotics, and we're back!** This week: Frater brings the mystery of alien radio signals to their knees, Florida + dinosaurs = win, The great American Insurance saga continues, There's gold in dem der hills, Killer robots, and much more. Personnel –  Raymond Wiley, Roejen Razorwire, Frater Isla, and  Ken Eakins
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Coincidence Control Network: File #82 – In Search Of…

This week: Joe has been replaced by a Dalek! Don't judge me for watching porn, porn in space, Dick of the future, Stonehenge needs a new roof, those generous crows, Jodorowsky kickstartin', Clone your dog from the past, big brother is still watching you, whistleblowin', a great alternative to expensive flights, and london's been duped by fake drugs. Personnel –  R NolanFrater Isla, and  Ken Eakins
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Coincidence Control Network: File #78 – Don’t look!

strong>This week: Kim gives us the low down on an event in the US, Dino teeth...found!, About as useful as a chocolate teapot, Matheny's new online mag, Take a tour of evolution with this retard, Jesus in asia, Hitler's artistic chops, Fast crocodiles, landing robots on comets, Egyptian magick, and much more. Personnel –  Joe NolanFrater IslaKim Monaghan, and  Ken Eakins Don't look! Listen instead.
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The Photographs of William S. Burroughs

William S. Burroughs Photography

In a recent post I mentioned the January opening of the new photography exhibition Taking Shots: The Photography of William S. Burroughs. I’ve just received a copy of the catalog and I’m planning a review of the volume in an upcoming post or on an episode of Coincidence Control Network.

In the meantime, here is a very insightful little overview of the show featuring the curators at The Photographers Gallery, London. While Burroughs’ paintings are well-known, his work as a photographer is just beginning to be examined and understood. This interview was shot during the installation of the exhibition and it reveals Burroughs’ work behind the camera to be both an extension of the cut-up techniques he developed with the artist and writer Brion Gysin, and the even earlier aesthetic lessons Bill learned as a boy studying the flower arrangements his mother created for their St. Louis home.

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