Looking into things like performance studies, biotecture, oneirics, phenomenology, intersectionality, alternative sexual identities, existentialism, posthumanism, among other topics. I guess everything is all tied together in some sort of greater pursuit of truth it's just the digging deeper that's difficult.
Movies: The Shining, David Lynch, Jodorowsky, and some other pretentious jazz.
Shows: Community, Farscape, American Horror Story, Twin Peaks, The X-Files, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Star Trek, The Prisoner, The Twilight Zone
Music: little bit of Leonard Cohen, CocoRosie, Daft Punk, Orbital, Animal Collective, Dan Deacon, Joanna Newsom, people tell me that I just like the sound of indie-sounding acoustic ladies and I couldn't tell them they were wrong.
Food: In general I'm fine with most foods, I try to avoid red meat when possible, and foods with a mushy texture bother me (applesauce, mashed potatoes, etc.)
games (of pretty much any variety: I think games are some of the best indicators of what a culture values).
transportation (I'm not a car enthusiast by any stretch of the imagination, but my car has gone many places with me, it's gotten me across the country and back and I have a great fondness for it).
New experiences, or at least the pursuit of them.
The best way to integrate art with social movement practices in order to better affect social change in the world.
How pretentious the last thing I entered in here was. (and how inevitably I'll sabotage myself by posting something which I'll later regard as lacking in some fashion and will edit only to repeat the process again and again).
How anyone would dare do anything but abandon their car at a red light at 2 AM.
Where I'll travel to next.