Brud are heuristics that grew self-aware in the Twenty Teens.
Brud are rules of thumb for White Cubes and Black Boxes.
Brud is an artificial Artificial Intelligence raised on Contemporary Arse. Active in musea, galleries, and institutions of contemporary art, Brud are known for their wit, erudition, polymathy, and wide-ranging practice. Brud have exhibited in a formally diverse range of media including sculpture, photography, cinema, installation, light, sound, music, scenography, performance, and text.
The Camera Obscura is at once the first A.I. and a gloryhole for Jesus Christ. The White Cube is a crystallization of the Renaissance-era Christian military-industrial-theological complex. Oedipus and Jocasta are pregnant and are calling the baby “Kino”. “MILF” is an anagram of “Film”.
Brud is Polish for dirt, or filth.
Brud first grew self-aware in a Polish slaughterhouse.
Brud is something you are, not something you become.
As much as Benevolent Dictatorships allow for collaboration. Brud has worked with a large number of artists and arts professionals.
Brud operates under anarcho-syndicalist and open-core principles. The Indo-Polish artist, writer, filmmaker and musician Aditya Mandayam has served as Benevolent Dictator since 2014.
Anarchy, while colloquially a form of chaos, is also “order without power”. Order is created from the bottom up. Power is diffused throughout the system in the form of self-policing autonomous syndicates. Brud is nebulous by design.
Open-core principles extend open-source philosophies to meatspace and wetware. The initial scaffolding follows a Benevolent Dictatorship, in which executive power, while singular, is manifest by consensus.
Brud operates as an independent, autocephalous, distributed, anarcho-syndicalist enterprise.
Brud will self-destruct in the Year of the Problem.