I also often get lost. I do enjoy wandering cities with no particular destination, other than my own sheer amusement. I should probably add here my sense of orientation is not particularly strong, so all I need to do at times is get lost on my own thoughts only to realize I have absolutely no idea where I actually am. An unwanted dérive can be a start. One must of course apply these principles as often as possible if they are to become relevant in one's life. One must also realize some of these methods, if entertaining, might have rendered slightly outdated over the years, so perhaps it's time to upgrade certain variables to reach effectivity, such as, for example, find a way to escape/wander algorithms, rather than streets. This sounds of course infinitely more boring, but perhaps some avid Situationist programmer out there is willing to grab the hot potato and make fun fries with it.
Capablanca's "Lap Dance"
(Guy Debord's Disco Punish Mix)
Do you think people deserve to be Disco Punished?
Scorsese once said, "There is no such thing as simple. Simple is hard.”
On Friday, September 22nd, Le Bain presents Capablanca
The Standard, High Line | 10pm
Photos: Capablanca at Le Bain by Neil Aline