Re: [-empyre-] Re: empyre Moore N = c (G.H. Hovagimyan)
Right : locate the Last Living Artist, drive a wooden stake through her heart, mark the Moment N, map N to Nexi, the Lunar Psychogeographies reflecting the Solar Energies, the noMooreNaughts of newArt on altEarth, spin the global Network Drive, o Empyre, i've seen the best minds...
oops, there's my boss again,
From: "G.H. Hovagimyan" firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 15:37:05 +0100
To: soft_skinned_space email@example.com
Subject: Re: [-empyre-] Re: empyre Moore N = c (G.H. Hovagimyan)
> GH replies:
> There was a point where you could read supposedly "subjective" art
> criticism and notice that it was codifed and that the words and
> sentences used to describe an art work were pretty much the same from
> writer to writer. I don't know about in Europe but in America in Art
> News and early Artforum magazines that was the case. I remember in
> the 1960's going around to all the white male painters lofts and
> listening to the language. If pressed I could probably parrot what
> they said to this day.
> Both Isabelle and Marc talk about, starting from zero. Maybe the
> idea is to start from one and then expand the circle.
> On Mar 14, 2006, at 9:21 AM, Saul Ostrow wrote:
> > This all seems like th e old subjective method to me --
> >> If an art critic, does not want to use philosophy or theory to write
> >> about art that is pretty terrific I'd say.
> >> It means that he/she is not satisfied with the methods that have been
> >> used in the past. I think that is brilliant.
> > as for these questions they require not only theory and philosophy
> > but also history and
> > introspection and maybe psychoanalysis
> >> The questions you need to ask when you look at an art work are; "why
> >> is this here, what does this mean, how does this make me feel?"
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