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Photon Detector launches photography podcast

Posted August 25, 2014 in Artmaking + Op-Ed

Most of the blog here was easy to publish because it was just links to exhibitions and news about equipment. Huge, tedious time suck, but not difficult. The more interesting stuff was hard. Exploration, non-facts, obstacles… the actual art-as-verb parts. I never finished or published most of what I started writing about that. It’s hard […]

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Faking your own art?

Posted February 14, 2007 in Artmaking

This story is related by Robert Anton Wilson in Ishtar Rising: An art dealer once went to Pablo Picasso and said, "I have a bunch of ‘Picasso’ canvasses that I was thinking of buying. Would you look them over and tell me which are real and which are forgeries?” Picasso obligingly began sorting the paintings […]

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Making your own art as somebody else?

Posted January 31, 2007 in Artmaking

I was just reading Wally Lamb’s intro to Couldn’t Keep It to Myself: Wally Lamb and the Women of York Correctional Institution, which is the result of the writing workshops he taught at a women’s prison, when I came across this: Then, mid-draft, Jessamy hit a snag. She began writing a flashback to an earlier […]

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