30-Days After Release, Prisoner Holds Fundraiser

Six years in the federal prison system and 18 years in the most notoriously violent prisons in the California prison system, this August saw the release of Min. King, William E. Brown a k a Pyeface. For those who do … Continue reading

SUBVERSIVE ART & THE ART OF SUBVERSION. Lesson Two: NIGGER VERSUS NIGGA

This post is long overdue, yet it’s still premature. I’m only posting now as to something I read. So it’s an emotional response, rather than a rational response. In preparation for another upcoming post, I ran across an UK Guardian … Continue reading

SUBVERSIVE ART & THE ART OF SUBVERSION. Lesson One: Morality Policing & Self Expression

The other day, I had to make a publishing decision,  whether or not to publish sexually explicit paintings and drawings, on my website, darealprisonart.com. In reaching the conclusion which I did (to publish), I did so purely, for its subversive, artistic, value. In my poem, “THE CRIMINALIZATION OF OUR AMERICAN CIVILIZATION (This … Continue reading