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|“||Art is not meant to be confined.||„|
|~ Are We Cool Yet?|
|“||If there is one image that comes to the mind of any art historian when the 1924 Expo is brought up, it is of that iconic photo of Duchamp and Ruiz posing side by side with their fellow artists in front of the still-closed doors, Marcos seemingly leaning over to whisper something into Duchamp's ear. For decades, many have speculated on what words Marcos had for his colleague during that memorable instant; a question of metaphysics? Or a challenge? An affirmation of their coming to terms? A reminder of the reason why they were there at that moment of time? Perhaps an expression of amazement at the multitudes that had come to see them? According to one reporter who claimed he stood close enough to overhear that whisper amidst the din of the crowd, it was all five at once, expressed in four simple words;
"Are we cool yet?"
|~ An excerpt from the "Coolest Wars: Memories of a Critic" on Are We Cool Yet?.|
Are We Cool Yet?, often stylized as AWCY?, are an antagonistic faction in the SCP mythos.
They are a surrealist art movement originating from the 19th century who commonly utilize anomalies in their artwork. Some cells have been known to produce anomalous public displays which often result in death, injury and psychological harm.
AWCY? has no overall leader, no central headquarters, few traditions and no membership requirements beyond the creation of anomalous art accompanied by the phrase "Are We Cool Yet?". The movement is comprised of many cells. The composition of these cells varies, with some having a central creative figure and others having no clear leader. Some AWCY? members believe that one does not even have to be aware of AWCY? to be a member of the movement.
The AWCY? movement first emerged during the nineteenth century when scientists first started to study anomalies. In 1874 they held the first annual Sommes-Nous Devenus Magnifiques? exhibition after the Salon des Magnifiques refused to allow anomalous artworks to be exhibited.
Gamers Against Weed was founded by a former AWCY? member named Jude Kriyot who left the movement after his friend was killed by an AWCY? exhibition.
Relationships with other anomalous organizations
The SCP Foundation consider AWCY? a hostile group and a serious threat to their goal of preserving normalcy. Efforts are being made to track down and contain AWCY? artworks before they can cause serious harm.
Gamers Against Weed, being a splinter group, are hostile towards AWCY? However due to GAW being mostly nonviolent they do not engage in direct conflict with each other.
One AWCY? cell, Cool Yet radio, are responsible for SCP-4150, a cognitohazardous rendition of the Beatles song "Penny Lane" which makes reference to "the Seventh King". This implies that Cool Yet radio, and possibly other AWCY? cells, are unknowingly serving the Scarlet King.
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