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“Inspired Chaos or Just Chaos” by Donna Fleischer | The Marsh Hawk Press Review (Fall 2014) Edited by Eileen R. Tabios

Inspired Chaos or Just Chaos


The bristlecone pine here nearly
5,000 years, even after drouth, with its symbiotic
neighbor sequoia, a protective coloring for each,
who would hesitate to call this affection?

Its parabola pineconedness a mashup into form, for a while
there’s periodicity, duration, dimensionality,
repeatability, language acquisition, and imposition
of meaning; arising concepts of property,
agency, recognition of authorship in order to
patrol these waters. How will seed open? How to know?


Feeling. Mysteries of infant babble and breast, stuporous
gaze as cell and cell and cell divide into overlap motility, hibernation,
dormancy, equinox, silence. Shadow minutes before dawn invokes
Aeolus, Greek god of winds breathe life into these forms, inspire
chaos, mutability, imagination. Re-visionings ~


– Donna Fleischer
The Marsh Hawk Press Review (Fall 2014)

Art Post-LaBeouf — Medium

Thanks to Maxwell Clark ~

Art Post-LaBeouf The hermeneutics of cryptocurrency as conceptual poetry in networked society

In “Art After Philosophy” (1969), Joseph Kosuth argued that since Duchamp the value of conceptual art, as opposed to formalist art that is valued for its beauty, is “weighed according to how much [it] questioned the nature of art.” A new work of conceptual art can be characterized as a new proposition about what art is. If the artist is successful, we accept their demonstration as proof and expand our concept of what art can be.