By Tim Miller
This article brings jointly the non-public, communal, and nationwide political strands that interweave during the author's paintings from its beginnings and defines his position as a latest artist, activist, and homosexual guy.
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That means us) will cool it with the big rip-off around the world and they’ll get off the can, those Politburo insurance salesmen, and we can all have a big party on a wheat ﬁeld in Nebraska, and I’ll get to swap Thomas Wolfe for Vladimir Mayakovsky and make out with some Russian in a missile silo. Hurrah for Karamazov. 21 : Recently I had a dream I was having lunch with Lyndon Baines Johnson at his ranch in Texas. , licking our ﬁngers. He was talking to me like I was really one of the boys and was telling me all the tricks about how you shape a power base in America.
Back in New York, Miller created the epic multimedia ensemble performance that premiered at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Next Wave Festival in October 1984. Democracy in America also generated two complementary works: a twenty-minute video (featuring clips from the movie Mr. Smith Goes to Washington) and a short book written in collaboration with McAdams. The Democracy in America book interplays “stories” by Miller with McAdams’s photos on facing pages. Except for the gay rights demonstration and the Miller family’s wishing well, the texts do not comment directly on the photographs but, rather, share with them the theme of looking for America.
It’s open twenty-four hours. : You walk out on First Avenue and the corner of First Avenue and Ninth Street. You walk south on First Avenue to the corner of St. Marks and First Avenue. You go east towards the Hudson, along St. Marks to the corner of Second Avenue and St. Marks. That’s the corner right here. : That’s the corner where I met two old boyfriends. I met them on the corner, right there. : You walk down Second Avenue, down Second Avenue on the right side of the street because the right side of the street is better.
1001 Beds: Performances, Essays, and Travels (Living Out: Gay and Lesbian Autobiog) by Tim Miller