The Art Terrorism Manifesto of Raymond Salvatore Harmon
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 08-01-11
Dig it. ...more

Hermetic Duchamp?
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 07-31-11
"Marcel Duchamp had exhibited found objects as art with his famous urinal. But Duchamp’s art is hermetic, introverted, it doesn’t go out to the viewer. Rauschenberg’s reflects his own personality: it’s extrovert, generous, non-judgmental.” -Ealan Wingate, co-cu ...more

Surrealist Lab: Whose Unconscious? (Part 2)
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 07-30-11
In a recent post, "With A Lunatic Gesture We Forsook Jujitsu" (Automatism A), I tried my hand at some automatic writing. This was a practice codified by the Surrealists under the direction of Andre Breton, but its provenance dates to long before that. Its purpose has depended on the histor ...more

An Argument for Tactile Art
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 07-29-11
"It is clear that the liberative importance of the tactile resides in the fact that it can only be decoded in terms of experience itself: it cannot be reduced to mere information, to representation or to the simple evocation of a simulacrum substituting for absent presences." Kenneth Frampton (fr ...more

Physics Comes to the Defense of Modern Art
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 07-28-11
If Duchamp's "Standard Stoppages" lampooned the precise measuring systems of scientists, a Harvard mathematician is now doing something of the opposite for Jackson Pollack: rescuing him from the perception that abstract expressionists are just random paint-slingers. Through a close data analysis ...more

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