Criptic Critic Conscience and Known for it

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

sure make art, don't call it that, and don't call your self an artist. Anything else would be more interesting more relative. More risky. And while you are at it expose the economics of your production.


I'm all for art as reflection, with or with out message, financial value etc etc. What I am advocating is a graduation, a sense of perspective that shifts the usual hierarchy of 'art' at the top, and see's it more as a intermediate stage before graduation. The idea is all intertwined with the views that everyone is an artist, notice your audience, take responsibility for your work, and ask what is it the art of? It is my opinion that art as known is a conceptual barrier for engaging with the very real forms of new media messages that don't fit cultural art stereotypes. i.e the example of PR. The game had been bigger than the market allows for along time. We know this. time to start changing the dialogue around it. A good way to do this I'm suggesting is, sure make art, don't call it that, and don't call your self an artist. Anything else would be more interesting more relative. More risky. And while you are at it expose the economics of your production. - Tao Wells
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