Found: Out At Sea
My name is Chelsea Marie Hicks and I believe in love, sound waves and fine print. Currently, I'm re-discovering America after living and working in Seoul, South Korea for the last two years.

email / facebook / photos / twitter

It's worth noting that I'm fond of many things, particularly....

dark chocolate, Pilot Precise V5 pens, the smell of old books, fresh fruit, tattoos, taking photographs, watching films, listening to music loudly, the combination of whiskey and ginger ale, rambling on about in/significant topics and learning, about everything strange, critical, theoretical and amusing.

I also really like funny people, and sarcasm.

I'm an artist, explorer, a coffee connoisseur. I work with words, ideas, ink, paper and pressure.

Read me...

...or read my resume.

Ask me anything
"Yet what is most striking is how little the security boom is analyzed and discussed as an economy, as an unprecedented convergence of unchecked police powers and unchecked capitalism, a merger of the shopping mall and the secret prison. When information about who is and is not a security threat is a product to be sold as readily as information about who buys Harry Potter books on Amazon or who has taken a Caribbean cruise and might enjoy one in Alaska, it changes the value of a culture. Not only does it create an incentive to spy, torture and generate false information but it creates a powerful impetus to perpetuate the fear and sense of peril that created the industry in the first place."
From The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism written by Naomi Klein
    1. 2 notesTimestamp: Tuesday 2012/05/29 17:34:00homeland securityeconomicsdisaster capitalismshock doctrinenon-fictionquotesnaomi klein
    1. undeadsidhe-inthetardis reblogged this from seafaringwoman
    2. seafaringwoman posted this