Who cares about Dorment, Galloway, Wilson..,say?

Posted by Miklos Legrady | Sat Sep 10th 2005 1:33 p.m.

>>>Who cares about Dorment, Galloway, Wilson..,say?

I care when someone shows me a link or connection I would not have noticed.
(Howard Bloom, Global Brain, or Camiile Paglia, Unpublished Preface)

It really depends on the quality of writing. I just I bought Dario
Gamboni's "The Destruction of Art, Iconoclasm and Vandalism since the
French Revolution". The text is like a path strewn with grammatical
boulders over which one stumbles while the lack of original
observations and deductions makes the reading dull.

when I write I try to for ease of text continuity and to present
unexpected items of interest.
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I just did my first performance since the Collective Unconscious days
in New York
8 years ago. link below. I'm way too serious 'n intellectual cause it's safe.

I'd like comments on the text, any weaknesses there?
Is it pretentious, are there personal psychological blind spots in the text?

http://www.ccca.ca/mikidot/photo/sept_mocca_perf/pages/DSC05649.html

Miklos

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  • Eric Dymond | Thu Sep 15th 2005 8:19 p.m.
    > I'd like comments on the text, any weaknesses there?
    > Is it pretentious, are there personal psychological blind spots in the
    > text?
    OK Miklos,
    Since we share some friends and understandings, rather than react to the post, my first question is:
    Is this an artistic statement
    or is it an observation of the current environment?
    It sounds minor, but I think it should be slowly unravelled.
    Eric
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