Art that can be construed as supporting LGBTQ+ rights
Stephen Lauf

Abstract Fashion 003

Mary Boone's 180 hours of community service   hours 112 113

Virtual Painting   539

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Crystal Vanish

Ephemeral Conceptual Art 001

Alarm Clock?
There used to be this bird outside my bedroom window that sounded just like my alarm clock.


Re: Götterdämmerung?
Are radical repetition and repetitious radicalism the same thing [in art]?
Given that radical (in this context) means marked by a considerable departure from the usual of traditional and tending or disposed to make extreme changes in existing views, habits, conditions, or institutions, hasn't radicalism and/or being radical become a contemporary art staple, indeed (a) commonplace?
I saw Shadows in 1995 at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh. Is Franz Klein ever that colorful or exactly repetitious or expansive?


Critical Manipulation

I took a digital snapshot of Jasper Johns' The Critic Sees (1961) at the Philadelphia Museum of Art 2000.11.05. At home, the digital image was easily manipulated within a couple of photo/paint softwares. The process evokes an output of infinite variations, producing art reminiscent of Andy Warhol's multiple Maos.
John's sculpture, as Richard Francis states, "asks questions about the nature of the object, of sculpture, and about the function of criticism."
Critical Manipulation raises questions about digital non-objectness, imagery, artistic dexterity, and even creative intellectual property.

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