Posted by ben on 09 Jul 2009 at 02:32 pm | Tagged as: announcements, coverage
Chad Dawkins attempts to review every visual art exhibit on the Contemporary Art Month calendar on a blog created for the project: Publicity Stunted. So far he’s off to a good start, though more images could help. We’ll see if he can keep up the momentum through this weekend, which looks pretty packed.
luv the beach boys but y send this to me
Like most credible sites of serious art criticism, this one needs a bigger picture of the critic right up front. When I first click on the site, I can see some white space around the picture of the critic and I don’t like that. It should take up my whole screen. I can barely make out the Morrissey print-out on the fridge. C’mon!
Yes, the picture of the critic does appear again at the bottom of the blog, which is good, but again, that picture could also be A LOT bigger. Maybe a different picture? One with a bandana? He looks good in a bandana.
Otherwise, “Up with Critical Thinking. And… Up with People!”
Every time she does something – a gesture, a word, a movement with some object – she is, in a sense, making contact between his web and something outside it. What she is doing is connecting herself to those worlds and dimensions.
I’ve enjoyed following the Publicity Stunted reviews. Thanks for posting this site.
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Freud began to see masochism as a process that involves the instincts turning against the self (”change of objects”), while at the same time, reversing their content into its opposite (”reversal of content”).