25 November

Square Poem 52   3356z
1984.11.25

notes on Chronosomatics 203-208
1994.11.25   6601k

Re: Barnett Newman
2002.11.25 10:08     6601k

2002.11.25
Museumpeace   0002w

Re: Matthew Barney
2002.11.25 16:00

Whitemarsh Hall  
Obscuranti of Olney
2002.11.25

Re: Deconstruction? no, afterlife   4580f
2004.11.25 11:51


2002.11.25



Re: Barnett Newman
2002.11.25 10:08

There is also the notion [within the theory of chronosomatics] that the operations of the mind, i.e. imagination, reenact the (physiological) operations of the body. For example, there is a fertile imagination, an assimilating imagination, a metabolic (creative/destructive) imagination, an electro-magnetic imagination, etc. According to the chronosomatic gauge, humanity in our time operates mostly via a combination of an assimilating and metabolic imagination.

Re: Matthew Barney
2002.11.25 16:00

Perhaps the real rule of art is to in fact reference your sources. Hiding your sources only seeks to perpetuate the notion of undiluted artistic originality, which is all a myth to begin with, and a myth, moreover, that the art establishment (galleries, critics, universities, et al) charges dearly for inoculation thereof.



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