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18
mar 2011
25
abr 2011

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Publicada el 19 jun de 2019      Vista 4 veces

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For (stop to) look The art appears wherever there is a relationship. Stopping it is the call to stop looking. To look-then-we must stop it from the anesthetic complacency with which we have used the "art system" that which implies the institutionalization of the gaze, where it builds a sense from the diachronic discourse of an infinite chain of pre-existing. Today, not even art historians, except the most orthodox or uninformed, would subscribe to such an idea. Let alone at a time when we go to the fragment for the Atlas, which is not longer the appointment to the title of a work of Duchamp (A Regarder). Of course this also we must install the necessary distance from the "anything goes", where creation is the fruition of the artist useless. That is why the paraphrase of the “good Marcel”, save us for explanations from the title to down. A below which the project seeks curatorial placed elsewhere, then when the intervals that create a space between painting, sculpture and writing related activities for anyone willing to stop and look. In short a formal didactic and gesture, to the extent that a statement always proposes a way in unison for their content. Where the only thing in common is that they convened works try to give a free time from their circumstances, giving just a time to look. A works that their instability only assure us that art is always elsewhere. But beware that not only converts media, as its authenticity is symmetric internal to external integrity. So we must stop looking ... just to look, the rest is homework, always. José de Nordenflycht Rome, 11 March 2011

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