Monday, 9 June 2014

"We'd Rather Be a Photograph Than Human Being"







The misleading simplicity
 of Antonio's (circa 1960) sketches
Allow Us to Believe We can 
'Create' 
them Our Self.


Silly.


We Think They Give Us 
Inspiration.




So?




1. Is Inspiration Enough?
2. Is any inspiration really Out There?



1. In-Spiration
(from the inside)
(Our in-SPIRIT)
(Our SPIRIT Within)
Can be considered useless
without any
ACTION

ACTION
AS IN
THE BODY

Is our SPIRIT
(Our In-spiration)
Useless
 Without 
The
BODY?


Spirit as our Potential (art)

Body as our Expression (of art)



Even if We couldn't
Express,
Our Potential
Would Still Be There


What good is 
Inspiration
If We Can't
Create?







Why Can't We Enjoy
What's Here?








BODY & SPIRIT







2. ) The MIND:




Wanting to Create
Antonio's Sketches
Gives Us

"Reason"

A Thing 'To-Do'

That is

They give Us a 'Duty':

an action 
We'd Do For Free,


A Responsibility,



A Rule


We wish to follow.


In order to break the rules
We must know them first.





Then Learn Art History**


(But Whose Rules Are Those?)
(Why Should Our Spirit 
be Defined By The Past?)

(Because Maybe We Don't Know Sh!T)


(Seriously)


Warhol New The History Well
That's why he could break the rules
So easily & create something
completely new***


We can't remain isolated 
if We're going to Create.


But Still
If Our In-Spiration
Comes from Within
Shouldn't We Learn 
Our Own Rules First?

Without isolating Our Selves
From One Another
Can We Learn to
Influence Our Self

to Inspire Our Self?

(Ahhh, there's sooo much more that can be discussed, so may trains of thoughts to catch
but for Now We'll leave it at this...)



A B&D Creative Intention:


Art as Our Spirit
Manifesting through the Body
(hopefully) 
Creating
What the
'Mind'(s)
Will Study in the Future.



(Influenced By: Antonio's prints)








After Thoughts:

What are your creative intentions this summer?


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