EXHIBITION: Alternative Digital Process

Discussion in 'Alternative Processes' started by df cardwell, Jul 20, 2006.

  1. df cardwell

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  2. Ed Sukach

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    This is an article worth reading. I think that its main point, about the general loss of "connectivity" with our artistic potential is something to give a LOT of thought. The more we allow others to do for us, (even influencing our vision through criticism) the less involved we are with our own works.

    I am a little puzzled by the title of this thread, though. I nearly passed by - I'm NOT interested in what it suggested; a rant of some sort about "digitalism" (pro or con) ... but there is only a passing reference in the article about digital imaging telephones. I admit that the articles title is a bit ponderous:

    "An Exhibition About Drawing Conjures a Time When Amateurs Roamed the Earth",

    ...but I see nothing here about "Alternate Digital Processes".
     
  3. David A. Goldfarb

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    Think of it as something else you can do with your digits, Ed.
     
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    Heh. An interesting read. I liked it. :insert thumbs up:
     
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    Walking back from the library one evening, some kids playing in the street asked me if I was going to watch the match (alas I did not know of any match at all) so replied, 'I'd rather do something than watch it'. To my astonishment they were speechless a complete turnaround from our usual repartee.

    Jim