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    The Couple in the Cage

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    The “Couple in the Cage” was an exhibition called “ A Savage Performance” curated by Coco Fusco and Guillermo Gomez-Pena. The exhibition was displayed across several European countries and some states in the United States. In the video, we see both Coco and Guillermo in a cage. They carry them around in the cage. The audience feeds them through the cage and takes pictures with them. In the trailer, we also see interviews with the audience. The video also juxtaposes old footages of exhibitions alongside

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    Cage in Heaven

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    Cage in Heaven Process writing: This was me when I was growing up in my little world. This was my feeling of pain, sorrow, and joy during my childhood. I felt all these emotions and more growing up in the busy Hong Kong City. Looking back at my childhood, I realized why I came to the United States. I adore my father and siblings for all the hard work they have done for me to come over. I realized the warmest and only love is that of a family. Hong Kong is six million hearts beating in rhythm

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    The Return The Animal In The Cage Hell, what a place to be. A place with the sweet sound of hundreds of thousands of people screaming in agony, as my children torture their helpless souls. This is my home. This is my paradise. And I'm locked up in a cage with my douche bag older brother who's been a pain in my ass for far too long. Well he was a pain in my ass. Two and a half years I've been fighting it out with Michael, and the other 6 months I've been trying to crawl out of here. Now, after

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    ten seconds and then Tom’s mom open the door. “I’m here for Howie” I said. She yelled for Tom to bring down Howie and his cage down. A moment later there was a thud, thud, thud, on the stairs of and Tom. He slowly walked over and handed me the cage. He told me some stuff about Howie but I wasn't really listen to him. I was focused on the Emperor Tamarin jumping around it’s cage. I could just feel a great weekend starting up. During Tom’s quattuordecillion year speech all I heard was the following

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    John Cage

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    John Cage Defined in the 1950s John Cage is considered by many to be the defining voice of avant-garde music throughout the 20th century. Fusing philosophy with composition, he reinvented the face of modern music, leading composer Arnold Schoenberg to declare, "Of course he's not a composer, but he's an inventor -- of genius" (Kostelanetz 6). For Cage, the 1950s brought a series of critical events that both refined his message as a composer and brought him great fame, or infamy to some. His interest

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    My Comfort Zone Cage

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    “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” -Neale Donald Walsch Every living thing has this comfort zone they force themselves to conform to. It’s a safe place, a home, a shield, and a cage. You give yourself the invincibility of social acceptance, but at the same time you hurt your personal individuality. you can lose imagination, creativity, and the ability to form new ideas. For years i tried to fit in with people whose opinions i thought would make me happy. i would dress, act, and conform

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    The Bird, The Wind, and The Cage The bird flew effortlessly through the trees, the wind gently guiding her around branches and thorns, never letting her fall. The wind had always been the bird's friend and she thought it would forever stay that way, until the day she saw a beautiful shining star burning through the shadows of the forest. Fascinated by the radiance she moved towards it. Every inch she traveled forward, the star's brilliance would strengthen. To the bird, this was a spectacle

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    This Comfortable Cage Called America My brothers have a cage in which they keep two iguanas.  I'm sure these creatures were born in captivity, and I assume they will die in the same cage they are in now.  It's not a bad cage.  There are quite a few square feet for them to run around, there is a stick they can climb up and down, there is a heat rock they can relax on, and they have everything they need to survive at their clawtips.  They don't even need to hunt for their meals because their meal

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    Nick Cage

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    Hello, I am Dr. Ben Sheppard and I am preparing several astronauts to visit the Bell nebula to visit the strange planet of Nicolas Cage. I hope to prepare you astronauts well but surviving on Nicolas Cage will not be easy. This is why I have decided to compile a field guide to prepare you for your journey. PLEASE FOLLOW MY ADVICE VERY CAREFULLY! Perception (Noun) the way you think or understand something. Perception can be a funny thing astronauts. Why, perception is a nasty thing and it can play

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    John Cage Essay

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    John Cage is a modern American composer who is probably the most controversial musician to ever live. Born in 1912 in Los Angeles, California, no one, not even Cage himself, thought he would become a composer. But he did have desires to create at a young age. He used these desires to later make some of the most revolutionary music of the century. But how did Cage begin writing music at all? What is so revolutionary about his music? Cage was born into an Episcopalian family and when he was young planned

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