The Null Device

The ultimate activity holiday destination for graffiti writers

For his latest act, vaguely subversive stencil artist Banksy has visited the West Bank and painted the controversial Israeli "security wall"; pictures are here.

The activity doesn't seem to have made him many friends; Israeli troops didn't see the humour in it and pointed their guns at him, while an old Palestinian man complained that it made the hated wall look beautiful.

There are 1 comments on "The ultimate activity holiday destination for graffiti writers":

Posted by: Alex Gibson Sat Aug 6 10:36:54 2005

Hey ACB,

I am a fine arts grad who is trying to teach himself how to program with a view to create politically engaged work similiar to yours. I am also an Aussie from melbourne, but I am living in Japan this year post studies. I just wanted to say I really enjoy the Dada Engine, and this blog. Also if I could chat to a bit about it and you some time that would be great. I am thinking I may have to mention your publishing hack, this blog, etc as part of my honours thesis.

What are your and anyone elses feelings regarding my intentions?


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