“everybody Has Their Own America, and then They Have Pieces of a Fantasy America That They Think is out There but They Can’t See… ― Andy Warhol [1200 X 640]

“everybody Has Their Own America, and then They Have Pieces of a Fantasy America That They Think is out There but They Can’t See… ― Andy Warhol [1200 X 640]
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  • Posted: July 12, 2019 19:43

    TragicDub

    I've spent my whole life in fantasy America. I am from the Pacific coast and I've always thought similar things about those that moved out here. When I was in college it blew me away how much differently people from 'back east' experienced things here. To them it is a self manifesting paradise. ​ To those of us from here, it's the same ole same ole... I'm not provincial, it has just struck me over my life how much this has to do with simply leaving your family drama behind and defining your own space. It's not so much the west as the space in between. ​ Could be California, could be anywhere so long as there is distance. The constant is leaving the old life behind so that you can reveal and feel comfortable with the person you are. ​ I've moved north and south to accomplish the same however social media & texting has destroyed our ability to really escape...
  • Posted: July 12, 2019 19:43

    BigRedSpoon2

    For me, it’s realizing everywhere isn’t really like Ohio. Weird statement, but I grew up riding a bike with my father on back roads in Ohio. So I kind of got used to the sort of repeating designs. The same one road towns, the same cornfields, the same gas stations, and every so often there’d be cities which were always different. But it would mostly be suburbs, cornfields, farmhouses, bizarrely well built houses in the middle of nowhere, and sometimes just nothing. But what if I grew up in a city? What if I grew up in Pittsburgh? What if I grew up in Idaho? Whenever I’ve been to another state, the minute differences, is like how you always imagine doing something, but once you actually did it, there’d always be something that surprises you about the actual doing.
  • Posted: July 12, 2019 19:43

    gription

    Was Warhol as peculiar in real life as he seems in popular culture?