The Change Lab - a critical space for learning, thinking and re-imagining the possibilities of how art and design curriculum in second level can be taught through a development education lens. The exhibition showcases the pedagogical approach and artefacts that the Professional Master in Education teachers created in response to Development Education. The work is made and presented from the situated practice of the artist, educator and activist and is exhibited in NCAD Gallery and online.
Cancel Culture piece by Carl Óg
The ruination of man
Simps, intel and incels
Grandads in the father figure roles
Dad hasn’t come back from the dole
Still owes us a few quid.
The only fans we have are scroll addicts
Analyzing, who said what eight years ago?
Like the man you were yesterday can’t change
And misplaced words means hanging from window
The twitter worlds gift.
Jordan Peterson to Ben Shapiro
Questionable leaders of the bastards
That the moaners don’t get so label weirdos
To men who want to do better, the divide just widens
Violence and protests, a false left wing communist view
Collecting a who’s who of nazis
people ignore gulags and the few million that Stalin killed.
Famines and plagues I feel stupid and contagious taken literal made as liberal
Dribble, attack to cover your tracks
Teenagers can’t buy alcohol but can do changes they can’t take back
Choices extreme as opinions, influencers minions
No middle road Is the world gone deranged?
This is the age of destroying the world our forefathers and mother’s created with one sentence
I feel offended.
More from Carl Óg's spoken word video series
'When The Drugs Are Put Down' was scripted just one day before filming this video as visual accompaniment to Carl's masterpiece. This marks his first spoken word video and it was my privilege to film him in action. Follow him on Instagram at the link below for more work from this gifted young Hiphop advocate. His is a message of utmost relevance and urgency to our island and beyond. Young Carl has an exceptional talent and is a born leader. I am very proud of what Ireland's cultural and lyrical future is looking like, including the kind of insight offered in terms of Hiphop and poetry for the generations to come.