[NetBehaviour] a graduate art history class examines city college's art collection
michael at dvblog.org
Sat Nov 15 21:16:10 CET 2014
Hi Joelit's difficult to reply without sounding pretentious. I *think* what I do is to look at things which interest me ( and some of these things are themselves cultural in nature, but not all) and to make things which feel, somehow, *true*.From another direction it has occured to me recently that everything I've made over the last 14/15 years resembles by analogy zuihitsu - an anthology of (extremely loosely) connected pieces united perhaps only by the personality and interests of their maker.Any more than that I think it's for someone else to say, but thanks for asking. I really appreciate your interest!warmest wishesmichael
From: Joel Weishaus <joelweishaus at gmail.com>
To: michael szpakowski <michael at dvblog.org>; NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity <netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org>
Sent: Saturday, November 15, 2014 7:19 PM
Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] a graduate art history class examines city college's art collection
All this work, which I've been looking through, is very engaging.
I'm wondering if there's a philosophical core that holds it together.
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