Talk from May 25th: Aristotle wrote 'Imitation is the source of Man's endeavours in Life'
I handed out a couple of papers that evening...spot the one which is fake or real?
Theaster Gates and the story of the famed ceramicist Mr Yamaguchi
You can learn by copying as an artist.
So much for ignorance, so much for greed, sow the art market? So many agreed
An artist can be a trickster and by his/her own intuition an artists work conjures a style
that may, on the one hand, be playful but also disruptive and can challenge long
held assumptions and ways of thinking.
Highly recommended film by an expert storyteller/editor/trickster/director
Joining the bandwagon: I'll be endeavouring to produce 'small' copies of well-known art
(Have you see how big the canvas's of Goya & Richard Prince's art is? I just don't have the
space! I'm lazy by not doing any frescoes either.)