“Speculative Realist (Found) Object Intervention” at “Welcome to MIT Playtest” at MIT List Visual Arts Center on May 16 succeeded in bring a post-subjective dialectic simultaneously into the American art museum & the academy at the start of “MIT Media in Transition +10: Democracy in Digital Media” — where the Mother/Great Mother was publicly honored on a gender equal panel.
Pour ma chère J-F: Les Hasards Nécessaires Penn Station to Gare Centrale de Montréal crossing the border by means of a test originating in Quebec’s magical forest… Read more “Leonard Cohen Park”
The spectacular Zadik Zadikian 21st century icon, Hermaphroditus, innovates the point of the feminine downward triangle as the pregnant belly, rather than the vulva, as is typical in ancient artifacts. This is surely an indication that we have moved beyond conception, beyond gestation…to the 21st century birth!
Deconstructing Critical Theory
“…sometimes shears will do, sometimes a scythe…and sometimes, in the case of the overgrown weeds in the garden of psychiatry, we need ‘Badiou’s Sickle’ to do the job of separating philosophy from its conditions.”
Eclipses have powerful effects that can take years to manifest.
What a synchronicity! On my last posting, I predicted that Faro would be the site of a new modernism… “289”, with its peering simultaneously into the past… Read more ““Lumen: A Love Story” from Faro”
It is rare, anywhere in the world, to experience the delight of an art exhibition so fully integrated into the environment that the visitor is confounded as… Read more ““289” is the Dial Code of a New Modernism”
Was it merely an accident that the trademark for this historic event has Marilyn above a diptych of Adam & Eve? Marilyn’s split identity — of the… Read more “The Quantum Leap of the Critic into the Third”
The retrospective of Nedret Sekban, the longtime professor of painting at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, at the majestic domed exhibition space engenders the sacred.