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Software as (the real) digital art. This is along the lines of something I was trying to say at last weeks YAT meeting. But I really disagree with the quote from Jon Ippolito, curator of the Guggenheim Museum: "software art shouldn't be too functional, but should help viewers see the world in a new way via original code." Shouldn't be too functional? That's what I don't get about the art world.
- jim 6-11-2001 4:14 pm [link] [8 comments]

Appalachian portraits by Shelby Lee Adams

- bill 6-07-2001 4:26 am [link] [1 ref] [add a comment]

can someone post the gallery info for olivier's show? thanks.
- linda 6-05-2001 7:06 pm [link] [2 comments]

To anyone, or Tom Moody is who I thought of last night reading myself to sleep at Rocheblave. The artwork featuring a coke bottle on the page opposite the short story title page in the latest (28th?) New Yorker had me so totally holy cow wow-weeed, and for other than just the obvious salacious reasons. Who that is, the artist? Someone please feel free to scan and post, huh.
- jimlouis 5-25-2001 8:45 pm [link] [5 comments]

i great friend said one of best art shows he's ever seen is at ace gallery now
- Skinny 5-23-2001 10:31 pm [link] [4 comments]

CALDER monumental sclupture at STORMKING

- bill 5-22-2001 2:18 am [link] [add a comment]