Re: [-empyre-] hanging mr gates
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- Subject: Re: [-empyre-] hanging mr gates
- From: Chris Ashley <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 18 Jun 2005 02:36:21 -0700 (PDT)
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--- email@example.com wrote:
> So my quesion is, how is blogging "art"?
Others may argue that weblogging as a form is an art,
though I won't. There is a performative, project-like
aspect to weblogging that is a procedural aspect of
art, and I'll claim that as a part of what I do.
Still, my primary "art" is the image.
> If you are blogging _about_ art, then isnt that
> journalism or criticism?
No, not necessarily. It would be, instead, writing
about art. Not all writing about art, however, is
either journalism or criticism.
> Or are you saying that programming is an artform?
I'm not, no, but I believe there are programmers and
others who would argue that. Anyone?
> In which case should Bill be hanging in the Tate????
A straight line leading to, "I don't care where he's
hanging, as long as he's hung somewhere."
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