Jesse P. Martin

Member Since August 18, 2010

5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

Hi Guthrie,

Thanks for sharing your thoughts on your MySpace Intro Playlist; it does seem that the piece has always embodied the conditions/problems of (re)framing, so it stands ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

Then there's this - http://bit.ly/bpUGZ3 - which I kinda like (even though it's a thrice-removed, bloodless "reconstitution" rendered à la Longo, but compact and w/grid). Though I'm sure ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

Hi Lauren,

I agree "that comprehensive engagement is a critic's job, too," and it seems that such a belief is what prompted other commenters to respond to Davis' article ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

And this exhibit http://bit.ly/cy3nhq looks like a similar project by Lonergan (and Paul Slocum and Max Goldberg) where "social media" becomes "social media art" by being represented ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

Also, if Lonergan's list is meant to serve as a kind of archive (I feel that it is), then reducing it to just videos strips it of its essential referential ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

Lonergan's MySpace Intros were "originally" collected to be viewed as a YouTube playlist, correct? In that context, I think they'd definitely fit into the "social media art" category ("social media" ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

[size=50]"too boot" L.O.L.H.O.O.Q.[/size]
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

Thanks for the Rrose GIF, Mr. Cloninger. If one is going to liberally contextualize "social media art" (and I agree that the term - and especially Davis's semiotic-squaring of it - is ...
5 years, 5 months ago on Required Reading

OMG why not just Google "tom moody curt cloninger" to answer your own question? http://bit.ly/h4IDO
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