Thought Crime Productions, the Firehouse Gallery, and a rag tag fugitive band of merry pranksters have reinvented themselves once again. If you are not familiar with the Phoenix downtown art walk or the scene that has grown around it, well don't worry. Now the numbers intend on being able to encapsulate and have been stripped down of all pretenses.
This growing legion has taken action, by doing the only thing that makes sense when artistic minds get together in protest. They act like the some group of crazed space monkeys just reinventing paganism, as they rebel against the wheel, but afterwards, in what twisted dark form does their ritual magic take shape?
You guessed it, they have turned their life and experiences into an online sitcom.
Even better, one that is a straight to web broadcast. The surest way to keep the government, big business, and everyone else in the dark, before it catches on. Based on the loyal oaths and toasts of the constituent artists of the Firehouse Gallery, the number 23, and the rants of random thought criminals in Phoenix, Arizona should consider itself proud to be the home base for operations. The Arthouse.
The Arthouse being filmed in Phoenix is symbolic. It is symbolic of resistance.
It is an independent web television series about the local art community, the city government, and the individual that is finding their way within it. The humor is decidedly cheeky with an eye towards anarchism, yet it treats all the most serious of subjects with the tip of a jesters hat. That's because in it portrays the problems with a smart attitude, but laid back acceptance. No problem is really that big of a problem.
Even when the will resists, it's still your freewill.
That is my interpretation of the inner messages, but don't worry about such heavy concepts. It's a sitcom at the core, so it is meant to be watched, enjoyed, laughed at and with it. Then go back to your world without worries, because everything is going to be just fine.
Most of us ain't got the time to find ourselves, so we can find others on the way.
Besides, as one character named J.J. so aptly points out, while still managing to quote the Borg collective, " Resistance is futile." Trust me, it makes sense in context.
There you have it, that is the ground work that readers should understand.
Now those daring souls out there, should take the time to click on link the lists on their website, just for entertainment purposes. You will find that the list pages that follow introduce this proud local community of artists and producers, giving them a little chance to shine. The pictures and commentary are more in depth information about the Arthouse production, the members of the Firehouse Gallery, and things like pumpkin pudding.