Todd Van Buskirk turns music dissertations into scores by removing the body of text and leaving the musical examples and figures.
— Read on toddwinkels.weebly.com/keyboard.html
Agnes Martin’s long life could be described as a delicate balancing act between mind-clearing isolation and meaningful, inspiring social interaction.
— Read on www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-agnes-martin-resisting-urge
Poet Jenni B. Baker creates erasure poetry from David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest,” one page at a time
— Read on www.erasinginfinite.com/
What do the noble mastiff, the lowly cur and the trundle-tail have in common besides being terms for dogs?
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2018/02/07/books/plagiarism-software-unveils-a-new-source-for-11-of-shakespeares-plays.html
Minimalism as Pathos •Mousse Magazine
— Read on moussemagazine.it/nick-currie-minimalism-2014/
“Minimal Art has systematically purged the work of pathos, but as psychoanalysis teaches us, repressed emotions tend to come roaring back to the fore. Nick Currie analyzes the unexpected potential of Minimalism to shake up sentiment starting with the formidable emotional thrust delivered by the Today series by On Kawara, examining the connections with Zen Buddhism, and investigating Agnes Martin’s telling claim that she was an Abstract Expressionist...”