i. Sapere Aude the color red in blue ridge skies where the estrangement of ideas and the familiarization of strangers intersect. we learn what we dare to know.
ii. Unit 1 a dive into the deep end names are the only label we are not stripped of we challenge authority with the Head she teaches us what we do not know about knowing.
iii. Unit 2 man-made destruction language is no longer sufficient enough we orbit around Truth and the sun he teaches us how we know what we know.
iv. Unit 3 deconstruction of communication melancholia, where you can't quite explain- half-formed sentences and bodies subjectivity in objectivity the value of a picture- a thousand words? more? which ones? we understand that which we cannot know.
v. Unit 4 i own you and myself on my own slaving away for justice under the pale white sun the right way to do a revolution wrong chained to involuntary servitude we know what we must understand.
vi. Unit 5 Performance space never replicated never the same Recordings of dance, becoming Once they are over The Last Supper at Uncle Tom’s Cabin The Promised Land Bill T. Jones promises us To move Is to know.
vii. Unit 6 A b s t r a c t Filling in the gaps Filling out the mind To find the science Of art We get the impression Of impressionism, reducing Our core experiences to reductionism We paint a picture of What we know.
viii. Unit 7 Poetry in motion Sorrow for a past they don’t realize the history of Narratives overlapping in the state of a State Legal murder with a touch of nostalgia We acknowledge What we do not know.
ix. Unit 8 The painting of a photograph Blurred in memory A twisted smile of a story Killing capitalism one ex-Nazi at a time A crime to create confrontation Three generations of terrorists, gathering their crop But at some point these atrocities should just stop. we finally see The luxury to know.