COMPUTER-GENERATED POSTMODERN "ARTIST STATEMENT" DRAWING HAT
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Mr Scoffield, the benefactor of this work, had a mutual interest in its first reveal to the public. He generously put one of the book of 'Knowledge', and 47 individual book works, housed in two of the paintings, into the general collection, to illustrate images from nature. The original images and texts are 'borrowed' from high and popular culture.
Think about the movement. It seems to ask questions. Why is someone doing this? What is there--a relationship between the twelve works on canvas related to them, apart from their usual context, where audiences are made from brush loads of left over paint from prior works? Yet as they wrote, wrestled with the vital and sensory art form; I do remember that it has become the stuff of modern urban folklore, in which there is no recanting of absurdity, no matter how strenuously it stretches at the canvas of our understanding.
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