Corey Eiseman
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Works in Sarasota, Florida United States of America

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Corey Eiseman is not satisfied with the world as it was handed down to him on May 25, 1976, in Miami, Florida.

He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in drawing from the University of Central Florida in 1998. Graduated Summa Cum Laude.

His father died in January of 2001. The towers fall in September of the same year. These two events are like two hands rattling the cage that his mind was in.

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Re: is art useless?


Jim, I know where you're coming from. Maybe I have an interesting story
for you. About a year or so I read an article in mental_floss about how
throwing away old computers was horrible for the environment. Now my
first reaction was yeah right, who would throw away a computer! But then
I rode my bike around my neighborhood on trash night and holy moly! I
found two computers that night, and many more since. Taste the waste,
people.

So I have been rescuing as many as I can, and now I have all these old
computer parts laying around.. I could recycle the pieces into an art
object, but I'm sure that's been done before. So... I'm working on an
art object that is also a working computer. I'm considering doing this a
lot more.

you can't have functional art without fun!

:)

Corey Eiseman
http://toegristle.com/

Jim Andrews wrote:
> the notion that art is necessarily useless seems to me an exclusionary
> tactic rather than a compelling argument.
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> what are some arguments for the position that art is necessarily useless?
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