Ricardo Miranda Zúñiga

Structural Patterns

Reflections on Art, Technology and Society

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Why I Love NYC

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As I traverse the city from day to day, commuting to work or running errands or out alone or with friends, there are always interesting moments on the streets of NYC. The vast majority of us merely keep our eyes straight ahead focused on our tasks or destinations, ignoring the personal realities of the strangers around us. Generally, I find inspiration in public life and try to remain open to whatever maybe going on around me. Unfortunately, at times observing life can be very upsetting. However, generally, there’s plenty to celebrate, so I’ve started a video series capturing the pleasurable or unexpected in urban life.

It was late and I didn’t want to miss the train that I heard arrive, otherwise I was itching to join that guy and dance along, following his quebradita to the drone.

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March 24th, 2017 at 7:02 am

The NYC Subway

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The most powerful way to subvert capital is to generate production without any financial interest.
Puerto Rico has no identity
To work out of sheer inspiration, a genuine drive toward self-realization…
I love Puerto Rican Rum
Only through a moderate amount of wealth is some amount of free time realized to conceptualize self-realization.
The Subway Subverts
You are always a moving target, even where you are little more than hide.

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March 31st, 2011 at 10:03 pm