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If you’re paying attention there’s a counting down. May 9, 2015

If you’re paying attention there’s a counting down.

Are you listening?

There’s only room for a lucky few.

If we are witnessing this, maybe it’s too late.

The situation was worse than we feared.

The warning from our Detroit family is a string of dire truths. Our city is on a similar apocalyptic trajectory, accelerated by the same oppression and greed.

If this is the end times, I’m glad to be in this escape pod with Henry Luke, Brian McGuigan and Dani Terrell.  If we have any possible hope left, let it be fueled by art and poetry and dancing.

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Proaction Apr 20, 2015

I attended Beware of the Dandelions this past Thursday evening and I will make sure that I attend another show before it ends. The piece done by Complex Movementsdynamically links art and social activism. The journey of Beware of the Dandelions engages the audience in dialogue and helps them address the core challenges within their communities. It's something to think about how creativity and innovation are birthed from the most harrowing circumstances.

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Things that came to mind while watching Beware the Dandelions Apr 19, 2015

Things that came to mind while watching Beware the Dandelions:

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Join the Current Apr 18, 2015

You arrive, you prepare and you enter the pod. 

The pod is just one part of a brilliant swirling energy that started long before and will blow long past. The pod is an invitation to join the current, join the movement. 

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THE MIND IS A PRACTICE SPACE Apr 18, 2015

this is an emergency broadcast
a multi-sensory experience
for our well-being.

i literally felt it
in my bones.

i encourage you to dance.

 

if you need me, i'll be in the back of the pod.

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A Cross between a clubbing experience and a deeply immersive recolonization of the mind Apr 17, 2015

Beware of Dandelions takes you into a post-apolyptic lifepod and confronts you with a cross between a clubbing experience and a deeply immersive recolonization of the mind. Are we the survivors? Are we the control or the experimental group? Was the price of survival worth it? What should we, the community of survivors, carry forward, leave behind, or just change going into the future?

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