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Steampunk and Other Beasts

randie feil steampunk art

Steampunk. Have you ever heard?   Well, me, being an advanced culture-consumer, I’ve heard. I’ve read and loved Robert Rankin’s novels, many of which fall into that genre. But that was the extent of my familiarity with the Steampunk. What is it, I hear you ask. Many things apparently, all of which have something to […]

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Tony Orrico – choreography and visual art

Today’s “Artist a day” washed ashore something very interesting. (Jane and Jane, you two will love this!) Take a beautiful human being and infuse it with motion, meditation and geometry and you get Tony Orrico. The illness, or what commonly perceived as a health problem, became a catalyst for something unique and profound. That reminds me of John the […]

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Yes. Money Is His Medium.

Two sources brought me to the same point tonight which was percolating for some time in my brain. Both in connection with Damian Hurst. The point is: Money is an art medium. One source was this article in a Taki’s Magazine. The other was a rant by  HENNESSY YOUNGMAN on Youtube. The latter said: “Yes, Internet, […]

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No $*** Talk About Art. Hennessy Youngman Of Art Thoughtz

English is no my first language and I really find it difficult to comprehend artists talking about art. Or art critics writing about art. Or artists statements – those are at the top of the chart on the creative abuse use of “vocabulary” words. That’s why I loved this article in HuffingtonPost Art section! So refreshing. “HuffPost […]

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