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Piranesi, Duchamp and Mustard
2001.07.21 11:32

20 July 2002 on the moon
2002.07.21 13:31



Piranesi, Duchamp and Mustard
2001.07.21 11:32

Use your imagination when it comes to the subject. The object is to be a self-publishing museum. The only artistic interactivity that I get anything out of is this kind of list serve back and forth commentating (as best interfaced by email lists). Virtual museums can be created and designed by anyone with talent now, and that's the best utilization of the virtual -- self portrait as museum. There is only an obligation to yourself in cyberspace if you asked me.

But then again I don't worry about making money, and I abhor the thought of doing work for other people. Yes, I and my museums are popular, but also ignored, especially by those that assume they are better, or assume that I'm not better -- I think the latter rings more true.

I have a feeling I don't have to wonder about what the hot project will be five years from now. That's because I might be already secretly doing it.

Please steal my ideas. I need the points to get into Heaven.

ps
Rumor has it that Rita Novel is a part-time whore.

20 July 2002 on the moon
2002.07.21 13:31

Unofficial reports claim that some (increasingly strong armed) spirits among those participating at the tranquil crater party/meeting were advocating a "NO MORE HUMAN FOOTPRINTS" policy. (Philadelphia?) Cream Cheese was enjoyed by all, and, as usual, lunatic garb was the fashion staple.

Collins was left in the woods, or so went the Buzz.



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