Skirts are short, and always up.
We are just a little tired of four sides and a flat face.
The day to come is the day we can operate without resistance . . . turn ourselves at will from heroes to loonies.
Plastered over the walls of an obscure basement gallery in Manhattan's Greenwich Village last week, these slogans counterpointed a new kind of art show that was half picture and half theater. The exhibitors were determined to be offbeat, off-Broadway and off their rockers. Viewers trooped from room to room artfully littered with nets and...