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Updated: 2017-09-03T07:59:18.578+01:00

 



just watched the ok go video. i saw other videos f...

2010-06-08T09:30:05.357+01:00

just watched the ok go video. i saw other videos from them before and really liked them and as i started to watch this one i thought it was just the same old trap and roll thing as done by many others but what made it was when every thing got BIG! glad they are still pushing things



I like your perspective on these matters....and is...

2010-05-14T07:06:35.144+01:00

I like your perspective on these matters....and is the honda video art? Good question



happy to share your blog! the video is great

2010-05-12T10:35:36.933+01:00

happy to share your blog!
the video is great



I love those commercials... I think it is interes...

2010-05-11T20:42:07.220+01:00

I love those commercials... I think it is interesting to consider the method of displaying artwork outside of the white cube (aka the gallery). I have seen a few artists now use billboards as their method of displaying art. Most people driving or walking by are confused when they see a billboard featuring a woman making out with a historical marble statue and don't realize they are actually looking at an art work. It also brings about questions of authenticity and ownership if the art is displayed as a billboard or commercial. Love the article!

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Your blog is so prefect *-* :)

2010-05-11T18:52:49.182+01:00

Your blog is so prefect *-*

:)



i like your page. congratulations.

2010-05-06T20:05:58.695+01:00

i like your page. congratulations.



I've been a fan of Fischli and Weiss (the way ...

2010-05-03T17:47:52.168+01:00

I've been a fan of Fischli and Weiss (the way things go) for years. 'ok go' is very creative, great fun and adds a twist to the classic.
I just found your blog and really appreciate the site, so thanks for sharing! I will certainly show your site to my Fine Art students! I keep trying to get them to poke around the web more- there's so much to see and think about!!!
thanks again!
d



This is one of my favorite works. For me, the idea...

2010-04-17T05:46:23.324+01:00

This is one of my favorite works. For me, the idea of necessity comes with its relationship to the transfer of energy, physical or chemical, which is necessary for life. Things necessarily affect one another, on every level, for life to continue, as “they become what they are meant to be”. Maybe that's the reason it's so appealing to watch. In a way it really is how things go and we are fascinated by the fundamental truth and beauty of it - something we are very in touch with as children when we are learning how our world works. It also makes me think of, or feel, history. It reminds me of the “How small is history” post.

The commercial and video have very different intentions and, as Erin commented, “have a different end result”. For me as a viewer, one of the differences is the feeling of being asked for, rather than offered, something.



Thank you!

2010-04-06T22:28:10.724+01:00

Thank you!



I Like your Blog! Best, Bruce M. Mackh

2010-03-28T15:13:57.997+01:00

I Like your Blog!

Best, Bruce M. Mackh



I feel that each is using a medium to create a di...

2010-03-16T19:12:02.178+00:00

I feel that each is using a medium to create a different message. And in the end their "machines" each have a different end result (in more then one way). Very interesting. Thanks for the thoughts.



It's interesting that you should say these rem...

2010-03-12T16:49:22.034+00:00

It's interesting that you should say these remind us of childhood. Whilst reading your post I'm reminded of several examples from children's films E.g. "Chitty chitty Bang Bang" "Wallace and Grommit" to name but 2. These types of artwork draw their appeal from both the anticipation of the perceived event and the surprise when that anticiation is or isn't met.



Josh, the video is also on display at the Hirshhor...

2010-03-09T17:52:46.263+00:00

Josh, the video is also on display at the Hirshhorn in Washington DC. I've seen it a couple times and the video room is awlways crowded with people. God bless Fischli and Weiss for creating video art that's actually visually interesting and POPULIST. Populism seems to be the overlooked, inherent quality in video art today.



saw the first video at the Contemporary Museum in ...

2010-03-05T19:51:13.218+00:00

saw the first video at the Contemporary Museum in Honolulu