[NetBehaviour] 97 questions about art
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Fri Jun 7 00:39:56 CEST 2019
Wonderful! And elephants have been taught to paint, btw. This extends in
all sorts of directions; our friend Rachel Rosenkrantz has bees
contributing to the design of an acoustic guitar -
On Thu, Jun 6, 2019 at 10:51 AM Edward Picot via NetBehaviour <
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> I agree with what others have said, these are extremely thought-provoking,
> and almost any one of the questions would be material for a couple of hours
> of discussion. Great material for a book too!
> My favourite one is 'If I collaborate with an elephant to make an artwork
> is that elephant my fellow artist?' That really appeals to me. First of
> all, you immediately start to wonder what kind of artwork the elephant
> could participate in - elephant footprints on a canvas? an elephant with a
> paintbrush in its trunk? maybe something displayed on the sides of the
> elephant? Secondly, who wouldn't want an elephant as a fellow artist? And
> just imagine the presentation if you won the Turner Prize!
> On 03/06/2019 21:50, Michael Szpakowski wrote:
> I have a short text in the new volume of Borderless Philosophy .
> Have a read if you have a mo & are so inclined!
> warmest wishes
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