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Everyone Likes to be a Judge: ART or NOT (Make it a Fun Holiday Game)

If you’re familiar with David Fincher‘s, The Social Network, adapted from┬áThe Accidental Millionaires: The Founding of Facebook, A Tale of Sex, Money, Genius, and Betrayal, you may remember the scene where Zuckerberg, played by Jesse Eisenberg, creates Facemash in one evening. [If you’re not familiar with the movie, click on Facemash to learn more about […]

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Art Art History Art Writing and Criticism Perception Philosophy

The Treachery of Images

Funny how a picture (any kind of picture) is a mere representation. I wrote a couple of posts about perception some time ago. One on eye anatomy and the other on eye anatomy related to mental capacity. So, it was great to see a Calamities of Nature comic strip paying homage to Magritte (and Foucault). […]

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Art

Understanding Perception, Part I – Eye Anatomy

In contemporary art, it’s not only about the retina, which disappoints a few people I’ve spoken with over the past week (I’ve got a lively post baking in the oven! You will just have to wait and see what I’m talking about). Truthfully, I’m unable to deny the sense of sight being that my day […]

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Art Art and Technology Multi Media Neurology

Art E(valuation)

As much as I would like to view art as an escape, it’s not. I use my brain (a lot) when I’m looking at art (all types). Of course, I enjoy art yet I’d like to think I glean as much as I can philosophically, psychologically, as well as artistically when attending an opening or […]

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Art Performance and Conceptual Visual Arts

Proliferations

Viewing works in close proximity not only invoked a strong sense of anticipation, but a participatory aspect to the actual exhibition.