19 January 2007

Did Somebody Say "Sculpture?"

This is not really a post--it's more of a promise to post in the future, or proof that I do read.

I have not heard the podcast in question, nor have I comprehended the Graves article, although I do enjoy Tyler's Ass-esment and the discussion over at Winkleman about whether or not Ed is old-fashioned, and whether or not that matters.

Rest assured---this topic cannot and will not be ignored here! The Graves article is a bit convoluted, but it seems to include some totally retarded notions about sculpture... like it doesn't need the viewer, for instance. And this is not a surprise. Sculpture? Who talks about sculpture? If Graves is right about anything, it's her pathetic lead-in about sculpture's moribund state.

Or is she? This conversation will have to wait. I am too busy being a sculptor right now to talk about that tattered old Ho Rosalind Krauss, and whether or not she still gets to have the last word on the subject.


Blogger mike said...

your link to the Graves article is broken..
this should work

"tattered old Ho" .. hhah..

19 January, 2007 10:21  
Blogger Lisa Hunter said...

Looking forward to your future post. The debate made me think about your previous posts on thinkers versus makers and wondering about how that might change people's views of sculpture.

19 January, 2007 17:37  
Anonymous markcreegan said...

the podcast is great-lots to chew on

19 January, 2007 20:57  

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