So You Moused Down on My Postmodernist Artwork!
Did you really expect it to lead to anything of value or interest?
At least my version enables you to return to where you came from. After you
return there, you can mouse down on my Slogan
Jenny again, to come back here, and you can do this over and over, to have an
experience of repetition, and then to have experiences of
ever higher degrees of repetition of repetition. How do you think
that compares to: "more of the same"?
at left and right are of my: Post-modern sculpture
(title, obliquely contributed by Mark Lindquist,
18/19 July 1998CE): "If
you see a turtle on top of a fence post, you know he didn't get there
himself..." (date: 11 July 1998CE; height: 39-1/4 inches; materials:
bricks, pressure-treated wood post, granite(?) block, and the thought
of placing a postage stamp under the block; photos
by the artist, 11 July 1998CE).
sculpture (obviously) alludes to Brancusi's work, and to the wood sculptures of my friend,
Mark Lindquist (although, of
course, Mr. Lindquist is in no way responsible for this one-way linkage! Also: allusion,
especially when fully attributed, as here, is not plagiarism!). I
believe my sculpture relates to the problematic(s) of post-ness somewhat differently than
any of my sources (in Brancusi's case, among other possible reasons, because
he pre-deceased the two-faced event of modernity's death / post-modernity's
On 12 June 1999CE, I moved the
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cycle of slogans there, and you are using a Netscape web browser, you should
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If this table looks "yucky", it's because I've not been able to figure out how to accomplish the HTML formatting
I wanted. But, remember: Empty space (espacio vacante?) is not nothing; it's undeveloped
real-estate, and you can get a Master of Science degree in Real Estate
from New York University,
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10 April 2006