I’m troubled by how the internal dynamic of the biomorphic forms verges on codifying the accessibility of the work.

…never again feel at a loss for pithy commentary or savvy “insights.” (here). Thx Mark.

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  1. I’m not sure that piece is worth the money.

  2. Oh this is too much fun. I adore the fact they give your the generator tables.

    I’m going to have fun with this.


  3. “With regard to the issue of content, the disjunctive perturbation of the spatial relationships brings within the realm of discourse the distinctive formal juxtapositions.”

  4. “In my work I always strive for a dynamic play of reality and fiction, prioritizing poetic memory over concrete topographies.”

    I was wondering where Edgar Martins got his essay from, now it all makes sense.

    • @Timothy Hughes,

      I agree. So where is the fluff piece Ad thinly disguised as a magazine Article/Review generator?

  5. I shot a job for the New York Studio School a while back. Despite having gone to art school, I couldn’t understand a damn word anyone in that place was saying. No doubt, they got their lingo from this site. I say someone should come up with an Art Speak translator.

  6. I think I killed more nuerons with this, than all of the drugs and Alcohol I have consumed in my entire life.

  7. HAHA, that’s awesome. A perfect example of why I hate the art world!

  8. Thats a true work of postmodern art and ironically also shows what a joke it really is.

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