I'm high off the music, my head's in the clouds I kinda like it up here, I am not comin' down I'd rather be alone, I am not good in crowds Which is kinda confusin', I've no been that way since a child They laughin', they tell me I'll never get out I'm just tryna be me, I am nobody else I don't care what you think, I'm just bein' myself So I guess for now.
God Help the Outcasts
I'll just be the outcast I'll just be the outcast I'll just be the outcast I guess I'll be the outcast. Yeah, I guess I don't fit the mold of rap 'Cause I'm respectin' women I heard your record, I was laughin at it Maybe they would like me more if I got a little graphic with it Nah, I don't wanna blend in with you little rappin' idiots, I'd rather be the outcast I ain't never puttin' out trash I take a hundred and staple it right to my tongue I always put the money where my mouth's at, ah!
Feels good to be here now I'm a weird person with a weird crowd What, you don't like that? That's cool, that's great, that's fine, okay, you can leave now Got a weird smile, but I like it though I paint it on me and I'm walkin' to the microphone And put the caution tape around me like I did in Intro I, yeah! Yeah, they got me reminiscin' now! Yeah, you done know I'm 'bout to go mad Never wanted something so bad Goosebumps through the whole track Ain't no way I'm gonna hold back Got me thinkin' that I'm cookin' in a meth lab I don't blow it up in front of my own eyes You look a little lost, you ain't get that?
Comin' from a town where nobody hears a rap like this I never get the memo, must've missed that Wow! Here I go in my feelings again, I can feel it again So I lay in my bed, in my cell with the pen And I dwell on my sins, I keep wonderin' when Time to open the the doors, they don't know who I am But I pick up the keys and I put on my Timbs And I stare at the locks and the tat on my skin And I think to myself: I don't wanna fit in.
Yeah, I'll just be the outcast I'll just be the outcast I'll just be the outcast I guess I'll be the outcast. Yeah, tryna focus Take a knife to my head then I cut it open Take my brain, put it on the floor tryna figure out my motives Y'all thought I was an issue when the door was locked Nah, you should see me when the door opens Every night I can hear voices Put a camera in my face, might turn Joker like I'm Mike Posner Always been a little complex Difficult to process Some of y'all wanna sit around and try to pick apart my bars Here's some lines you could dissect If I'ma die, I'ma die givin' everything that I have Take a deep breath, I don't need y'all's respect I'm a reject kid at recess playin' games with his make-believe friends Yeah, I don't ever take a night off Lights off in the room and I write songs I might fall into my thoughts once in a while when the mic's off You ain't ever seen no drive like mine, better hop outta my car I'm about to unlock my doors You ain't got a seat belt on, better find one Gettin' sick of people tellin' me to smile more T.
I'm tryna tell 'em my story! The problem is rather that exhibitions are for prestige purposes and are limited to a certain time period so that collaboration does not have a chance to develop. In her view, the decisive question is whether accepting the institutional framework including with regard to funding compels one to take an exclusively pragmatic and strategic course of action and whether anything at all can be developed within this given framework.
Or if not, why not? Day after day. Then one could work on it, but one is already in this loop. One has to remind oneself of this all the time and then one is able to decide: When does one do something out of pragmatism when does one do something strategically, and where must there be free spaces?
The participants then broached the subject again of the exhibition Out of the Box: 10 Questions Addressed to Art Research. Felix Stalder saw here a direct connection with the institutional structure of Arts-based Research at the Academy, where in his opinion the institution intervenes more and earlier in the work and preparatory process than is the case with other exhibition situations. Sonderegger asked whether art research in general wants to be exhibited.
Should the research be exhibited, which I find odd, or should an artwork be exhibited that presents itself as such; an artwork, however, that has attained its specific form and orientation through the process of research and without which it would not have this particular form and orientation? In connection with your particular work — you work in prisons, you take your work into the public realm — I ask myself whether there is any need to act in a representative capacity?
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And this benefits the women above all: you also get something out of it and you want by all means to conduct research on these institutions. From this work the object of the dolls resulted, not because you think the dolls are terrific. And they are the main issue. Perhaps it is also about a community of psychiatrists and prison workers. When you are working on a project I doubt whether you are thinking about museum visitors.
I think that as soon as one starts thinking about plans for exhibiting at the ZKM, for example, one has to think about other people, who should take something away from the presentation. Although Sonderegger still finds it really interesting to introduce the project to a wider public, she said that art venues are just one option and one could consider moving into other public places, for example, the town hall, the Museum of the Medical University of Vienna, or the streets. With respect to appropriate formats of presentation and the claim to validity of the research results, Bippus perceived a division of the project into two phases: the completed phase of project implementation and the evaluation phase in collaboration with scholars, scientists, artists, and so on.
Bippus also mentioned that funding by PEEK has a momentum of its own, which by stipulating a time frame and on account of certain organisational structures indirectly demands a final presentation of the years of research work. And this can be developed at the ZKM. In that order. The voices, the biographies are all there and the intervention is minimal, yet in spite of this the installation communicates other aspects of the work, for example, the significance of the collective.
In all areas of the book aspects of such translation processes will be of relevance. When the presentation is audiovisual or in the form of texts then the specificity of the space also comes into play and it becomes a presentation that is an installation. You transfer the book, with its heterogeneous material form, to a space.
Thus the material which exists in the book, in the text, in diagrams, in whatever form, passes over into a different materiality, you produce a new state of aggregation in the space in order to render all aspects accessible. This applies to all aspects of her work.
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Psalm Thou makest us a reproach to our neighbours, a scorn and a derision to them that are round about us…. Contemporary English Version No one wants you as a friend or cares what happens to you. But I will heal your injuries, and you will get well.
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Good News Translation I will make you well again; I will heal your wounds, though your enemies say, 'Zion is an outcast; no one cares about her. International Standard Version Indeed, I'll bring you healing, and I'll heal you of your wounds,' declares the LORD, 'because they have called you an outcast and have said, "It is Zion, no one cares for her! I will heal your wounds. I, the LORD, affirm it! For you have been called an outcast, Zion, whom no one cares for.