2 May

373 death of St. Athanasius

1981 death of Daniel Hansford

Quaestio Abstrusa background     402   403   404   406   407   408   409   411   412   414   415   416   417   419   420   422   423   424   425   427   428   429   430   431   432   433   434   435   436   439   443   444   445   446   447   449   450   451   453   455   456   458   459   460   461   462   464   467   468   469   471   472   474   475   476   478   479   480   481   482   485   488   489   490   494   495   496   500
2001.05.02 Re: movement generates 3d
2004.05.02 12:01

REPORTAGE- Rhythm & Gender
2004.05.02 12:13

Virtual Painting     227   228   229   230   231   232   233   234   235   236   237   238   239   240   241   242   243   244   245   246   247   248   249   250   251
2015.05.02

zero three three   3233g
zero three four   3233h
2017.05.02

photography
2017.05.02


2017.05.02 14:52




Quaestio Abstrusa No. 468


2004.05.02 12:01
Re: movement generates 3d
Which has a better memory, the mind or the body?
"The spin-doctor I most believe in is the Earth itself, mainly because of the calendar of seasonal reenactment it engenders." he said jokingly.
"Are you paraphrasing from Hemingway's A Moveable Feast again?" the other quickly queried.
enter Eutropia
"Hey! Guess what! Frank Lloyd Wright, the Guggenheims and Sigmund Freud were all at the Vatican Museum doing a double-helix love/hate thing circa 20 January 2004. They were obviously avoiding us at Mediolandum. And that reminds me how 1699 years ago at Mediolandum yesterday my husband officially became a quondam Emperor."
Where does one stop being in Mediolandum and start being in Milan?


2004.05.02 12:13
REPORTAGE- Rhythm & Gender
Re: Cremaster Cycle
by stephenlauf, 02.23.2003 11:25 am
Is it true that Barney is next going to work on a "reality TV" project? American Immunity Idol, is it? Or Quasi-Quondam Bachelor Fearlessly Stripping in Absolutely Fabulous Drag? I know, Lights, Camera, Apostacy!
In the future, all reality will be recorded by a camera, because if it isn't captured by a camera, you can kiss that reality goodbye.
Now read Matthew Barney's '1000 words' in Artforum May 2004.


Virtual Painting 251



««««

»»»»


www.museumpeace.com/c05/0502.htm

Stephen Lauf © 2019.02.09