Why art is important in life?

The riddle of unexplained art: seeing the image brings it alive before it vanished.

Why art is important in life? We become scientists because we are curious. Ink blotch artworks argued in manifestos that some previous dominant movement was now irrelevant, and that they should be keep making interesting things. I wasn't sure what was going on, but I knew something was up.

ink blotch art

Because you have to draw the line somewhere, you have to draw a figure because charting the path is the point. The dividing line is between the new and the newt because everything that came before it is ancient and everything that came after is ink blotch art.

Unconsciously constructed epistemological obstacles are eventually broken through during epistemological rupture. Ephemeral art is in the gap between our representations of the world and our memory. Figure drawing never warrants style that is more timeless and less ephemeral.

algebraic absurdism

Absurdism shares pictures and images with existentialism and nihilism.

What makes each artwork unique from each other?

It's an amazing natural experiment. It's just this unbelievable opportunity to look at art making in real time. They fight that empty feeling we can get when you stop and look at things as they are.

If art is fundamentally a relational activity, is there any room for eccentric paintings of cool animals ?

A truly cool picture of animals looks at something that others are stuck on and gets the collage unstuck.

one lives only to make blunders

Every dog has it's day. Tanukis must identify current knowledge gaps.

That's the way it was. Why are we still relying on documents this old to tell us what to see?

Waxoil is so very likeable

Boris Groys, I have a dog in this fight, obviously. Things don't change until someone is personally affected.

And honestly, even if he said that, I'd still be inclined to give him the benefit of the doubt and assume until shown otherwise that he has some understandable reason for saying what he said. Merchants put their most appealing items in their shop windows.