ART: The Gift Worth Giving; Turn Someone Isolated into Someone Connected.
RADICAL RECONSTRUCTION FINE ART
“I started writing kids books, for all ages, when I realized that documenting police activities, without their permission, carried a mandatory prison sentence: exposing the truth about animals is not actionable.” In 2010, the Graber case changed all of that, when a Maryland judge decided that the police can no longer stick you in prison for ten years, as a tack-on, to a traffic violation, for recording your own arrest.
“I still like animals better.”
Read on (if you dare), you’ll recognize cops who you’ve encountered, mirrored in their doppelganger animal images. You might see some proselytizers, some sarcasm, and a lot of livid rants, that translate well from ‘Animal,’ into English. Enter the Borogroves where none dare go. The Radical Reconstruction of children’s books is long over due.” -CF Hill
ABOUT THE ARTIST
As a resuming student, in later life, Carolyn Phillips attended law school, including an internship at CPSR (Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility), a Stanford think tank, where she was mentored, by Bill Gates, “I agree with Bill, ‘…if you can buy a burger, you can get through the day,’ and maybe change the world. He said that, as he was kicking me out from under his feet: I was the intern. Everyone asks, ‘why cops,’ why not work on something bigger, like the environment?” -Carolyn Phillips
Q. Why fight City Hall? A. When you do something worth doing, you die having done something. It seems fairly obvious, and better than TV.
Besides, I didn’t like the alternative: “If you’re bored, get a job.” -Ed Crane III. He said that after he fired me, (from The Cato Institute: Libertarian Think Tank) for thinking.