On Friday, May 21, 2021 after about three cups of coffee the artists had a lively discussion about the New York Times “The Morning” article, sewers and Music Festivals.
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The New York Times article:
Here is the link for the Times article the artists reference: The New York Times – The Morning May 21, 2021
Here is an example of what all the 2021 Festival Health & Safety pages will look like:
In 2020, Julie spoke in front of a live Facebook audience about the “Experience Industrial Complex.” The artists felt the message was important enough to upload onto their YouTube channel. Take a look: https://youtu.be/pADZDQ2t-gg
Recently Matt Hancock, Health Minister for the UK, announced that the sewer systems would be used as a way to detect Covid variants. This language is code for unending lockdowns which could be instituted on a very localized level.
On October 1, 2019, long before the artists had even heard the term “Covid-19” or even had a clue there would be a “pandemic” introduced to the world just a few months later, the artists received some marketing material in the mail. So, on that date, JP decided to record an information video called “Sewer Talk” which talks about how green policy will be instituted through our sewer systems. Now that it has been almost two years since the making of this video the artists realize the marketing material they received from their local sewer company all the way back in October 2019, was a warning to how the surveillance in sewers will be used to further justify lockdowns. Take a look at this video JP did in October, 2019: https://youtu.be/eY-pzbXv_ck
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