Monthly Archives: January 2017

Too Schematic, Nevertheless, Livingry

You don’t think Buckminster Fuller’s idea that the problem is just one of mismanagement and lack of distribution and lack of intelligent use of the available energy makes sense? GB:I don’t really believe that, no. Because I don’t think the … Continue reading

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A Myth of Isolation and a Fairy Tale of Causation

The notion of the individual entity having agency is confused by a paradox. The confusion lies with the idea of individuation. The entity (organism, person, or organization) is bound to its unique perspective or epistemology, and in that sense is … Continue reading

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Legacy Art Works #10: Epiphany #1 (Celestial Stage)

EPIPHANY #1 (CELESTIAL STAGE) 2006 20×16 This is one of my favorite older art works. Just for me to still feel it successful is saying something because my motivation over the years has focused on the process of creation as … Continue reading

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Addenda: Zeitgeist

pic.twitter.com/ELKlj9skvN — Jeff Faria (@PatriotsOfMars) January 18, 2017 I was asked by someone why I thought President-elect Trump was mentally ill. During the campaign I was chastised by someone, by a few someones, for stigmatizing the actually mentally ill by … Continue reading

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Lesson Ideas

Every day is a god, each day is a god, and holiness holds forth in time. I worship each god, I praise each day splintered down, and wrapped in time like a husk, a husk of many colors spreading, at … Continue reading

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Fission and Fusion

Cleveland artist Gary Dumm noted that I’m engaged with infinite possibilities, and this is true enough, especially in that I allow an expansive ‘ecology’ to contribute mightily to my creative process. ‘Allow’ and ‘Contribute’ conceal aspects of process which are … Continue reading

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Zeitgeist 2017

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Jerome Bruner

Jerome Bruner will be 101 years old October 1.

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Legacy Art Works #9 Graph

GRAPH 14×11″ Digital Art fortuitous (adj.) via etymonline 1650s, from Latin fortuitus “happening by chance, casual, accidental,” from forte “by chance,” ablative of fors “chance” (related to fortuna; see fortune). It means “accidental, undesigned” not “fortunate.” Earlier in this sense … Continue reading

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