An interview with the Artist Taxi Driver

Last week I took part in an interview with performance artist Mark McGowan, better known on the internet as the Artist Taxi Driver. I was was really keen to take part as I’ve been watching his videos for years. We chatted about privilege, power, politics and common ground. You can see my interview below: 

 

 

As always, don’t read the comments.

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4 thoughts on “An interview with the Artist Taxi Driver

  1. Everything you said was spot-on. The reactions of those conditioned and blinkered with their prejudices was fully confirming by this. The point that especially resonated with me was that there are too many seeking to assimilate the present paradigm as opposed to de-constructing it.

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  2. Mark McGowan, so good to hear you comment without being shouty. I stopped watching your vids after a while simply because I couldn’t take the shouting; for a lot of people that agressive presentation often precedes violence and even if one knows its directed elsewhere and the content is agreeable, it’s just too hard to listen to that kind of tone. Reni, I agreed with everything in the above vid pretty much.

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  3. SHOUTING AND AGGRESSIVE PRESENTATION DOESNT PRECEDE VIOLENCE-ITS PASSION. YOU NEED TO GET OUT MORE NICK NAKORN. YOU ARE CLEARLY LIVING A SHELTERED EXISTENCE OF IGNORANCE

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  4. Idev, I have not led a shelgtered existence, I have been attacked too many times by violent, shouty people to be able to listen to shouting and remain calm, that’s all. It seem to me you are blaming me for my own misfortune. Not only that, knowing from my comment that I dislike shouting you use the ‘net equlvalent (caps) and insult me too. I think you should withdraw your ad hominem comments.

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