[eu-gene] "There must be no generative, procedural or computational art"
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Mon Jan 2 09:17:39 GMT 2012
Thanks for the link. I replied on your website.
To note though is that my reply comes from a European point of view, so there are obvious differences in funding etc.
All the best,
On 02 Jan 2012, at 00:26, Jane Barnard-Smith wrote:
> This is actually part of a wider problem of financing Art, which is either by capital or by the state. Both in fact seek to exert control over artistic production for their own ends. In a sense it is all propaganda.
> That said, generative art, being at an inaugural stage, is still largely formalist. This is to be expected, I think, right now. The problem for us all is to to move on. One way is to explore and contest the relationship between artwork and viewer, whereby the onlooker is in a position of passivity. An essential requirement for all propaganda.
> With best wishes
> Jane Barnard-Smith
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