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02-21-2008 09:33 AM
sedition
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Originally Posted by PaoloSmythe View Post
motive is everything, especially in art, irrespective of a viewer's perception, as this defines whether the viewer is an art appreciator or just a fool. (imo)
I dissent.

If this was the case, and it was a widly held beliefe that it was impossible to view, understand, or appreicate art w/o knowing the intent than every art museam in the world would have a "statement of intent" next to a given peice in order to help the mere "fools" comprehend the ivory tower meaning of artistic hermunitics. Moreover, it would also mean that anything ever created, from present day to the ancient world, where intent was unknowbale, would collapse when trying to place the term "art" on it. This is clearly not the case. Art, like mythology, finds its essential being in the fact that we can breath life, and thus meaning, into it. Otherwise, art would hard, stiff, and stuck in time and place. In short, it would cease to be art, and be transfered into math.
02-21-2008 08:57 AM
PaoloSmythe
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Having latter learned that this dude might make some coin from his art does not chage my orgional impression of the message. It is stil pure, even if the artist is not.

meh. not wishing to apply salt to american wounds....

but this above sentiment is like saying that wars in the middle east are righteous because a chimp claimed they were to 'defeat terrurism' (as opposed to making fat dollar)

motive is everything, especially in art, irrespective of a viewer's perception, as this defines whether the viewer is an art appreciator or just a fool. (imo)
02-21-2008 08:43 AM
T.J.
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Apprenatlly who ever did this is some kinda of art rockstar. I have no idea who it is. Thus, I am not stumbling over the line between message and messanger. Viewed with "fresh" eyes, the message has substance. Having latter learned that this dude might make some coin from his art does not chage my orgional impression of the message. It is stil pure, even if the artist is not.

wow. well said sedition! +1
02-21-2008 08:37 AM
sedition
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Originally Posted by PaoloSmythe View Post
its hypocracy

he makes a bundle from wall scrawls that 'tut tut' and what does he do with it?
such a spokesman that he is, he skulks about in the shadows in anonymity.

bristolian puss! its like jamiroquai telling us to save the planet as he wraps yet another lamborghini around a lamp post.

never before has the soap box been so profitable! blurgh!
Apprenatlly who ever did this is some kinda of art rockstar. I have no idea who it is. Thus, I am not stumbling over the line between message and messanger. Viewed with "fresh" eyes, the message has substance. Having latter learned that this dude might make some coin from his art does not chage my orgional impression of the message. It is stil pure, even if the artist is not.
02-20-2008 10:48 AM
PaoloSmythe
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what he does with his money or where he hides i dont really care about. i like his work. i can see you point about it tho paolo, and i like the analogy of jamiroquai.
hey TJ and fellow banksy-philes.....

In pictures: Banksy exhibition | Arts | guardian.co.uk
02-20-2008 09:30 AM
PaoloSmythe well che, castro and your girlfriend are now all 'ex-'
02-20-2008 09:15 AM
kri$han
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Wow...that one does`nt hold anything back....sad what 8 years of the Bush Doctrine has produced in global relations
haha, and its thee reason why there were so many senators running for party leaders... haha everyone feels like they can be a better president than that guy! LOL....

those pics are great though, I love the first one. Even though where I live in Canada, its not much better; I for some reason cannot consider living in the states to join the 'great american melting pot'... I had a poster once that was a pic of che and castro lighting a cigar at the end of the cuban revolution, it was most excellent, but I sadly gave it to an ex-gf
02-18-2008 01:37 PM
T.J. what he does with his money or where he hides i dont really care about. i like his work. i can see you point about it tho paolo, and i like the analogy of jamiroquai.
02-18-2008 01:09 PM
alaric This reminds me of the moving pictures thing i had a while back because of some of these pictures.
02-18-2008 11:59 AM
PaoloSmythe its hypocracy

he makes a bundle from wall scrawls that 'tut tut' and what does he do with it?
such a spokesman that he is, he skulks about in the shadows in anonymity.

bristolian puss! its like jamiroquai telling us to save the planet as he wraps yet another lamborghini around a lamp post.

never before has the soap box been so profitable! blurgh!
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