Monthly Archives: July 2016

Throw Back What You Catch

Garage sales are a primary source for the raw material for my photographic and generative art work. The process of gathering these materials together is part of my creative process. In late June I ventured down the driveway of a … Continue reading

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Free Play Weird Regression

Packing up on a very hot day, after a fourth one-run outcome in a row.

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Missing Contingency

This motivational tendency is a creative process through which the agent approaches new solutions, and enacts new meanings (Arnellos et al. 2007). As we have argued so far, aesthetic emotions provide the agent with the capacity to enact even before … Continue reading

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Time Will Tell

The Art Market (in Four Parts): Galleries from Artsy on Vimeo. The business of fine art and the music business are in certain aspects very similar and in other aspects very dissimilar. I’ve been thinking about these relations recently. Galleries … Continue reading

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The Plan

ABC from Alan Warburton on Vimeo. An old Zen master always told this fable to unserious students: Late one night a blind man was about to go home after visiting a friend. “Please,” he said to his friend, “may I … Continue reading

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To Run Or Not to Run

To run, or not to run: that is the question: Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, Or to take arms against a sea of troubles, And by opposing end them? To … Continue reading

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Another Vector of Contemporary Cultural Intrapsychic Polarization

Just the other day, I seem to have taken a photograph in our garden of a UFO no bigger than a marble. So if Hillary Clinton is running for president, why is she talking about UFOs? Part of the answer … Continue reading

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The Cybernetics of Discourse and the Discourse of Cybernetics

source: How cybernetics connects computing, counterculture, and design Hugh Dubberly and Paul Pangaro (Originally published by the Walker Art Center in the catalog for the exhibit Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia.) Cybernetics in the Future – Introduction by Mary … Continue reading

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Thick Over Thin, Beyond the Need to Know, Deep Digging

If one wants to get to the absolute bottom of something, presumably for many kinds of human somethings, the journey to reach the bottom will: (1) take time (Rule of thumb: if it seems like it will take too much … Continue reading

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