so it seems, that the participants of burning man culture have been brainwashed as to what exactly is to be an acceptable form of "art".
is it things we can place in a museum or gallery? things which take shape and form? what music do we consider "art"? classical? jazz? what year is the cut-off point of "music as art"??? WHO IS TO SAY??? your parents? your media? your teachers?
littleflower wrote:the whole relativity thing gets to me ... if art is relative, then everything is potentially art ... and, therefore, nothing is.
neuronaut wrote:Hi there!
I'm a seasoned BM resident with an amazing sound system, a big heart, and the desire to get myself to burningman to contribute beautiful experiences!
Token wrote:Taco Boy has been walking the streets of BRC with his dick in a taco for years. To him it is art.
What were we talking about here?
This is the techno thread.
No it's not, this is a thread about someone that is trying to violate the TOS regardless
of what the moderator already told him and now it has gone sideways .
This is the techno thread
As for one eyed dick and the greeks 'doing it all first anyway', sorry cock - you weren't there so you dont know that.
You're right, I wasn't there, and neither were you, but I paid attention in history class,
and the Greeks did it all first, from sound amplification to flamethrowers and pyrothechnics,
the only thing we have on them is the availability of electricity and artificial light to work with.
There is of course nothing wrong with trying to emulate them or even trying to improve on what they already did.
and my name is not "Cock" , it's Dick, although I am sure I could intoduce you to Big Cock if you would like......
Duchamp did his first urinal in the thirties and it took about thirty or forty years for it to move to actual shit, I think.teknoid wrote:so, your poop is potentially art. i am sure some dada guys have already pulled that off; it's probably an old hat.littleflower wrote:the whole relativity thing gets to me ... if art is relative, then everything is potentially art ... and, therefore, nothing is.
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