Eric Dymond
Since 2003
Works in Toronto United States of America

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then again


I don't apologize, you should have known better with an artist lik me.
HAH
Max

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Max Herman, spoof


Through the gentleness of his spirit, Eric Dymond has given me access to his Rhizome account for posting,this began in 2002.
I was off list and needed access.
Recently he has complained that I have abused the spirit of this right.
I must apologize for any misunderstanding or confusion.
Most of the posts over the last 2 years to this account originate from me. I feel badly, but admit that access to a valid account is addictive, and I should be admonoshed apprpriately. I must add that I think my posts were timely and effective.
I will not be using this account again.
yours truly,
Max Herman
remember genius2000

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Re: Cooking the Right Wing


> I hope you enjoy these dishes and continue to listen to the Rolling
> Stones.

and don't forget Elvis
http://www.netarts.org/mcmogatk/2002/entries/erick_dymond/eric/index.html
and none of it makes sense to this day.

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Re: Re: both ways? nike+batman


Eryk Salvaggio wrote:
> Whether it is good or bad (it's both) has nothing to do with it: your
> property is being seized and redistributed.
or it is going to be viral, infective and alter the culture that tries to consume it.
Eric

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Re: Re: R2D2: Conceptual Art


ryan griffis wrote:

> speaking of Smithson... did you ever see that video he and Nancy Holt
> made about East Coast vs West Coast artists. Pretty funny. much more
> so
> than the infamous Robert Irwin - Frank Stella conversation.
Yes, it's a great send up, Smithson is so cool and laid back, and pretending to be a real hippie. Holt is perfect as the New York anal retentive promoted by the media( and curators/critics) at the time.
If only
> Tupac and Biggie could have laughed at themselves like that. ;)
thats funny
> anyway... speaking of coasts, what about the coast in the middle (the
> Great Lakes)? as a recent LA expat and regularly nomadic person, i
> can
> say nomadism is way over romanticized.

No doubt, but I meant to point out that there is no center to go to, and you actually can go home again ;-)
Eric