Tuesday, 29 April 2014



Monday, 28 April 2014

Me - today

Antonin Artaud On Suicide

(Photo; Vincent Van Gogh &  Antonin Artaud)

* It is almost impossible to be a doctor and an honest man, but it is obscenely impossible to be a psychiatrist without at the same time bearing the stamp of the most incontestable madness: that of being unable to resist that old atavistic reflex of the mass of humanity, which makes any man of science who is absorbed by this mass a kind of natural and inborn enemy of all genius.
* I myself spent nine years in an insane asylum and I never had the obsession of suicide, but I know that each conversation with a psychiatrist, every morning at the time of his visit, made me want to hang myself, realizing that I would not be able to cut his throat.
Antonin Artaud

 P.s Doctors  in psychiatric hospital use electroshock treatments on Antonin Artaud, In January 1948, Artaud was diagnosed with colorectal cancer. He died shortly afterwards on 4 March 1948, alone in the psychiatric clinic..
(fatherfuckers doctors killed genius!:(( K. S)

Both are great, Where they are now, ?.. all good people died..
. where they are now ???????
 Lou Reed watchs me from my wall, His eyes are full of sadness.. It makes me feel sad,
 I'm very confused.. it's deep pain, where they gone, where they gone, where they gone..

James Joyce - Walking Into Eternity

 James Joyce 
*  Irresponsibility is part of the pleasure of all art; it is the part the schools cannot recognize.
* You forget that the kingdom of heaven suffers violence: and the kingdom of heaven is like a woman.
 * I think a child should be allowed to take his father's or mother's name at will on coming of age. Paternity is a legal fiction.
                  James Joyce
P.s  Not only name,  mother's or father's or country's  religion too. I was born christian - orthodox ... 
WhEn i grown up, I found out it was too "funny"..:D 
Just violence and stupidity never was funny to me..
 Stupidity is equal violence and stupidity hurts me, deadly. 
K. Shiuka
Pitch N Putt with Beckett and Joyce

I Can't Go On, I'll Go On

Irresponsibility is part of the pleasure of all art; it is the part the schools cannot recognize.” - Pauline Kael.????? What's going on?:DDDD

Sunday, 27 April 2014

John Heartfield’s Art (DADAISM)

Berliners Looking at John Heartfield’s 1928 German Communist Party campaign Poster

The Beatles Story

Secret Love :)
 My fingers, lock and hat, today :)
(I'm invisible, here :))

Saturday, 26 April 2014

The Unforgettable News

I can't forget this video, just it was/is unforgettable news to me, unimaginable and big surprise...
In the future i want write about... if why?..:)

UKIP's Godfrey Bloom hits reporter Michael Crick with party brochure

Mario Savio - Free Speech Movement's Activist

 Mario Savio
Mario Savio was an incendiary student leader of the Free Speech Movement at the University of California at Berkeley in the 1960s, a protest movement also againsted  the Vietnam War. In the 1960s, Savio, a fiery, inspiring orator whose father was a machine punch operator, was an adversary of Clark Kerr, the University of California president, who referred to the university as a factory and dismissed the Free Speech Movement.
Mario Savio is remembered for the words he spoke on Dec. 2, 1964,  in front of Berkeley's University's building, during proests The police arrested 800 of the protesters in what was the largest mass arrest in California history. Savio became a member of the executive committee of the Free Speech Movement, an organization representing a score of civil rights and political groups at Berkeley. At a news conference after the Dec. 2 action, Savio said it had been the most successful student strike in American history, with only 17 percent or 18 percent of the students attending classes.

*I am not a political person. My involvement in the Free Speech Movement is religious and moral... I don't know what made me get up and give that first speech. I only know I had to. What was it Kierkegaard said about free acts? They're the ones that, looking back, you realize you couldn't help doing.
 *You can't disobey the rules every time you disapprove. However, when you're considering something that constitutes an extreme abridgement of your rights, conscience is the court of last resort.
 *Freedom of speech is something that represents the very dignity of what a human being is. If you cannot speak... I mean, that's what marks us off. That's what marks us off from the stones and the stars. You can speak freely. It is almost impossible for me to describe. It is the thing that marks us as just below the angels. I don't want to push this beyond where it should be pushed, but I feel it.
 * The "futures" and "careers" for which American students now prepare are for the most part intellectual and moral wastelands. This chrome-plated consumers' paradise would have us grow up to be well-behaved children. But an important minority of men and women coming to the front today have shown they will die rather than be standardized, replaceable, and irrelevant.* There is a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious, makes you so sick at heart, that you can't take part; and you've got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels, upon the levers, upon all the apparatus and you've got to make it stop."

Thursday, 24 April 2014

Egon Schiele - I am so rich that I must give myself aw'

  • Egon Schiele was an Austrian major figurative painter of the early 20th century.
  •  * Art cannot be modern. Art is primordially eternal.
  •  *I am so rich that I must give myself away.
  •  *I believe in the immortality of all creatures.


 Gnarls Barkley - Crazy

Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Bertrand Russell almost 53 years ago

 Lord Bertrand Russell, philosopher and Nobel Prizewinner along with Lady Russell and another demonstration of political moment, in London, in support of nuclear disarmament..
1. Aldermaston March, London.

2. Students anti - Nuclear protest.
3.  It was almost 53 years ago Bertrand Russell in front of the British Ministry of Defence,
  Whitehall, London, 18 February 1961.. 
I Love you! :))))
War does not determine who is right - only who is left. Bertrand Russell

The Rape of the Sabine Women & Florence' Victory over Pisa

It's part of my 'Research' (K. S)
The Rape of the Sabine Women, 1574-82,
Florence Giambologna

Florence' Victory over Pisa  

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Anti - European, Anti - Immigration Campaign & EU Elections In The UK

 Anti - European, Anti - Immigration Campaign 
                    and EU Elections In The UK

P.s I don't want write something about, but I'm tired with unfree society, i'm tired of violence &  HATE...I really tired.  I'm sick, because it's too painfull, too hard...
Khatia Shiuka
UK - 2014

'The leader of the UK Independence Party, Nigel Farage, was asked whether his wife, who is German, was taking a British person's job by being employed as his secretary.

BBC political editor Nick Robinson put the question at the launch of UKIP's European elections poster campaign warning about Europeans taking British jobs.

Mr Farage said "nobody else could do that job", working unsociable hours seven days a week.

He said it was "very different" to the hundreds of thousands of people "flooding" the lower end of the labour market.'..

"Ukip's New Anti-EU Posters Decried As 'Racist' And 'Inaccurate',
 Ukip posters that decry "foreign labour" and call on voters to "take back control of our country" have been condemned as racist and bigoted by several political opponents.
But leader Nigel Farage dismissed the criticism of his immigration-centred Ukip poster campaign as wails from the "chattering classes" and said the posters were "a hard-hitting reflection of reality".

Labour MP Mike Gapes said they were "racist" and appealed to "all decent British Commonwealth and EU citizens" to register to vote in May's polls.
(You racists wanted UKIP :))
The posters were also derided by many on social media, with many calling the stats inaccurate:

It is a costly campaign for the Eurosceptic party, using £1.5 million of funding from millionaire ex-Tory donor Paul Sykes for its biggest-ever publicity drive ahead of European Parliament elections on May 22.

The posters which warn "British workers are hit hard by unlimited foreign labour" and that 26 million unemployed people across Europe are "after" UK jobs will be displayed on hundreds of billboards across the country.

75% of British laws are made in Brussels, says another poster. Another claims UK taxpayers fund the "celebrity lifestyle" of EU bureaucrats.

Farage said those who compared the posters to those of the BNP were wrong.

"These posters are a hard-hitting reflection of reality as it is experienced by millions of British people struggling to earn a living outside the Westminster bubble," he said.

"Are we going to ruffle a few feathers among the chattering classes? Yes. Are we bothered about that? Not in the slightest.

"Ukip is hugely grateful to Paul Sykes for his magnificent contribution to the great cause of restoring Britain's ability to be a self-governing nation. The political earthquake I have spoken of is on its way."

Sykes said: "I am supporting the biggest advertising campaign in Ukip's history to bring home to the British people what is at stake.

"The European elections are the most important for many years.

"We have the chance to support a party that represents a complete break with the past. The other parties, whatever their merits, are content to work within the existing Brussels straitjacket.

"They cannot do anything about immigration or British workers being undercut by cheap foreign labour and they are prisoners of the European Court of Justice and the closely-related European Court of Human Rights, which stops us deporting foreign criminals and terrorists.

"They are about to embrace new European controls over our policing and justice systems - including the European arrest warrant, they allow interference in our tax system and they subcontract more and more of our foreign and defence policies to unelected EU bureaucrats.

"An overwhelming victory for Ukip will break the political mould in the UK, forcing Labour and the Lib Dems to back a full-scale referendum and intensifying the popular pressure for that to be staged as early as general election day 2015."
(1972 anti-immigration march by London's Smithfield meat market porters. )
P.s Migration is a much debated subject around the world, especially in undemocratic countries and societies.   It's Stewart Lee's  comedy  show about immigration, I said before we are all immigrants and this comedy show is about it, Oscar Wilde wrote; 'If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you.', maybe in 21 century nobody kill you especially in Britain in democratic society, but they will hate you, doesn't matter if in the UK " Hate is crime", hate is everywhere.. you can read in people's eyes and  behaviors.
Stewart Lee is comedian, he is lucky, I'm poet and activist, I'm not very lucky.. but anyway; "Hate is crime' in the UK, when in many countries  HATE was/is norm and LOVE was/is crime.
( K. Shiuka)
P. s  In Germany was quite similar process and posters 1933s.  but most of them (Nazi - poetesrs ) about jews people, there museums are full about for example; " Jews people taken germans jobs' etc.;)))

P. s  John Lennon's dream ' Yellow Submarine' still is only dream, dream about multicultural ' Free society',  but 'People who have the power, power of dream, never will give up their dreams about true freedom and democracy...
 (K. S)
Photo by me :))
Put racism in the right place

Violence is brain weakness!

Violence is brain weakness! 
And real women don't hit men!:) Domestic violence victims aren't only women, men too.. In the UK and everywhere lots of men are victims too ( by women). Human is human everybody needs safety, better Non - violence. I think Violence is brain weakness! I recognised only brain power and kiss my brain, both men/women.
Khatia Shiuka
UK - 2014
P.s I mean, that; Women aren't angels and men aren't monsters..

Charlie Chaplin & I (SMILE)

Charlie Chaplin & I 
I've found same views and same smiles :))))
 Charlie Chaplin

Khatia Shiuka
by British Photographer Gary De-cat Evans

Suitcases Art Sculpture In Liverpool

 Suitcases Art Sculpture In Liverpool 

It's liverpool, It's beautiful Hope Street  and The Hope Street's Suitcases Sculpture instaled by John King in 1998.  by LIPA (the old 'Liverpool Institute') and Liverpool School of Art, opposite is Blackburne House Centre for Women & centre for "dead Good Poets Society",where i had my poetry perfomance few times...  and i will be ther next week , again.. :))
(Photo 2; There is Paul Maccartney's , John Lennons and others Guitars.)
Sculpture is a really unique  that has layers of concrete suitcases and bags. Some of them are placed in two small groups as if they have been abandoned at a train station or airport.( I like it because i'm abandoned angry poet :)), If you take a close look at the suitcases you notice that they have some names on them, these names are famous people who were from the city of Liverpool , or  linked with Liverpool, such; Brendan McDermott, who was a painter and print-maker and taught at the Liverpool School of Art.
Charles Dickens (1812-1870) the author, who lectured and gave readings in the Liverpool Institute.
John Lennon (1940-1980), musician and member of The Beatles, who attended Liverpool School of Art.
Yoko Ono' ( born 18 February 1933) is a Japanese- American avant-garde artist and musician ( John Lennon's wife)
 Ther is; George Harrison (1943-2001), musician and a member of The Beatles, who attended The Liverpool Institute.

Paul McCartney (b.1942), musician and member of The Beatles, who attended Liverpool Insitute and was co-founder of and still contributes substantially to the development of LIPA (Liverpool Institute performing Art, sometimes people called just " Art College:)))
Josephine Butler (1828-1906), feminist pioneer in social welfare and the abolition of slavery.
Anne Clough  - women's rights champion (1820-1892) and her brother Arthur Clough (poet, 1819-1861)
 Alan Durband (1927-1993), who taught English at the Liverpool Institute and was a founding mover for Hope Street's Liverpool's popular Everyman Theatre which theatre reopened 1-2 month ago, and today looks great.
  Chambre Hardman (1898-1988), photographer, whose house and studio at 59 Rodney Street , i was ther two times, he was really amazing irish photographer.
    Stuart Sutcliffe (1940-1962), musician and early member of The Beatles, who attended Liverpool School of Art.
Sam Walsh (1934-1989), Irish-born artist who taught at Liverpool School of Art.
(Photo 4; She's my sheep, very clever girl, she never will vote pigs!:)))
 The Liverpool Poets: Adrian Henri (1932-2000)  Roger McGough (b.1937), and Brian Patten (b.1946) etc. I meet Roger McGough in Everyman Thearte ther was poetry Night.
. Dr Malcolm Sargent (1895-1967), Principal Conductor of the (later, Royal) Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra between 1942 and 1963.

 Sir Giles Gilbert Scott (1880-1960), the architect who designed Liverpool Huge (Anglican) Cathedral.9 Cathedral is very near my home, now and my home is very near with John Lennon's home!;))

 Margaret Simey (1906-2004), social and poltical activist ( Like me:)) who supported the founding of Blackburne House Centre for Women and lived near there, there is also other names etc, etc, etc...

Thanks and Enjoy

         Khatia Shiuka
liverpool, United Kingdom, 2014

 (It's me, college's break time...  sometimes i'm there for relax  :)) 

The Beatles Shop.

Hope Street, Liverpool.