Pathogen Culture

In Pathogen Culture Bonnie Prince Bob meets artist Norrie Harman to explore his epic-scale Pentland Experiment series. The discussion took place just before the lockdown and the severity of the situation is beginning to dawn. They reflect on the strangeness of the time and how it has landed in a world already deeply distorted by cultures of narcissism and social media.

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  1. Black Rab says:

    Great film Bonnie Prince Bob. Norrie harmans apocalyptic painted images are fuckin magnificent. Looks like the great big capitalist flower is dying in it’s own poisons. Thanks for the post Mike.

  2. Wul says:

    Good stuff, thanks.

    A bit like going to the pub, in the days when I had pals who were opinionated, engaged and smart.

    ( Which makes me wonder about the conversation in pubs nowadays, with maybe ten T.V. screens capturing everyone’s attention)

  3. grafter says:

    Good stuff. We need a lot more of this kind of dialogue reflecting the real world in which we are living. To watch the shite turned out such as by Sky or the BBC is painful to say the least. Sadly the fake and surreal world of the TV screen is omnipresent and corrosive to our worldview and fails to relate to our own living experience on a daily basis.

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