Saturday, May 24, 2008
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
40 years later it's still the most shocking footage ever to air on national television. If you've never seen this - I post it because I feel it's a true art piece in itself. Originally aired on the first (and I believe last) Science Fiction Award Ceremony in 1978 - I actually saw this when it aired. Alone in the T.V. room of my Massachusetts home, no one to cover my eyes from the flickering image of multiple Shatners burning into my fragile little mind. Again, if you've never seen this before, enjoy Rocket Man, it's out of this world.
Sunday, May 18, 2008
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Saturday, May 10, 2008
He had a few other pieces that I can't seem to find on line that even more so supports the notion some believe that no art movement is totally new but just old, sometimes forgotten artwork reshuffled and presented differently. I don't know enough about the history of Mr. chapin - it seems he was relatively renowned --- but it's still cool to see work like this and not be able to distinguish the fine lines between past and present. Pretty cool, I think.
Saturday, May 3, 2008
Today however, May 3rd, 2008 I received a rejection letter again from the same gallery but this time I had not sent them anything. I'm just wondering if this is a "Preemptive rejection letter" in case I was thinking about sending something...they must really not want me to show there.
That would be like going on a blind date with someone and the next day you say it was fun but you're not interested -- and then three years later you call them again and tell them you're still not interested (in case they were wondering).
I don't know - I couldn't stop laughing when I got this letter today- it's definitely my favorite rejection of all time because it's almost paradoxical....nothing I did has been rejected.