It doesn't matter if it congeals
into a blob - they'll try and smoke it then.
Filipovic's polemical group show, which borrows its title, "The Other Tradition," from Gene Swenson's 1966 curatorial gambit at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, congeals
an artmaking attitude that privileges live events and "constructed situations" over objects.
He had the idea of fitting artificial platelets to pipelines which mimic the way blood congeals
around a cut to stem the flow.
The drug congeals
into a sticky mess and cannot be snorted.
It may be illegal to hold a political rally without a permit or to hand out political flyers in a public space, but is it illegal when a group congeals
out of the ether in a hotel lobby to perform a seemingly nonsensical act and then dissolves before anyone knows what action to take, if any?
He told BBC Bristol: 'It congeals
into a mess, it then semi-dissolves it and prevents it being sniffed.
1 Remembrance Sunday flower (5) 6 Puffs (5) 9 Exact meaning (7) 10 Town on the river Lossie (5) 11 Subdued (5) 12 Picture playing card (5) 13 Difficult (7) 15 Skye ferry port (3) 17 Congeals
(4) 18 Small and delicate (6) 19 Narrow side street (5) 20 Involve (6) 22 Spinster's title (4) 24 Female rabbit (3) 25 Allegiance (7) 26 Young eel (5) 27 Musical instrument (5) 28 Pastoral (5) 29 Tear - - -, break apart (7) 30 Denim trousers (5) 31 Ham accompaniment, - - - pudding (5) 2 Connected to the web (2-4) 3 Gripping tool (6) 4 Yang's opposite
Why, you can almost hear the whinnying of elitist derision from the policy think tanks, the national media and the rest of the circus that congeals