THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, October 7, 1973
Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 7, 1973
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Like going up to a hot dog seller
and giving him a giant hot dog."
RAMSEY AND BOSCO envi-
sion their spectacles as emotion-
al experiences for their audi-
ences. Laugh at them or cry
over them; a response is of the
According to these "braini-
acs", as they like to call them-
selves,the ideal Spectaclecan
incorporate anything and every-
thing. "Why limit people to
something tangible in art?"
Ramsey asks. "Why play it down
as compared to Leonardo Da Vin-
ci's Mona Lisa? Art is not some-
thing that can be judged right
Spectacle, however, is more
than just art and entertainment.
Bosco and Ramsey have made it
into a lifestyle. They raised the
original capital by working for a
brewing company, diddling with
parsley extracts for beer. Then
green men were sighted on eight
major university campuses, in-
eluding the University of Michi-
IT WAS the start of the "Con-
ceptual Activist" movement, in-
stigated by Spectacle to spread
their philosophies first to uni-
versities, and ultimately across
the entire nation.
The first week of April this
year was declared Spectacle
Week, and troops of spacemen
reappeared, hitting four cities in
all. In Detroit, Martians handed
out free toys on street corners,
and atwenty foot book was found
on the steps of the Detroit Pub-
lic library. Extraterrestial be-
ings invaded Toronto, Central
Park and Chinatown.
Spectacle plans a slew of fu-
ture concerts centered around
the concept of absurdity, and
they eventually hope to complete-
ly do away with music , and
concentrate instead spectacles.
Their ultimate hope is that peo-
ple will no longer feel the need
for specific entertainment, but
will develop, as Ramsey puts it,
"their individual potential for
spontaneous creativity";, that
they will entertain themselves.
"SPECTACLE is positive in
nature," Ramsey explains. "It
has the potential to move peo-
ple. But it needs motivation from
the people. There lies its hope."
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