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Schwitters Again (Still)

The Tate Britain had an exhibition of Kurt Schwitter’s work in January 2013. I saved the “Arts and Ideas – BBC Radio 3 – R3 Arts: Night Waves” podcast to listen again to the interview between host Martin Sweet and the art critic Charlotte Mullins. 276 more words

on the slippage of a letter - viral noise propagation in the desert

not quite another S/Z

This will not be an comment on the slippage of gender (already much in the news of late and better answered by others more familiar) as was central to Barthes’ critique on the slippage of these particular letters/phonemes. 484 more words

Interdisciplinarian

How You Age is YOUR Personal Choice

For those of you who don’t know how old I am, I will be turning 45 this August.  I’ve always been a believer in “preventative maintenance” in all aspects for my life from health to fitness.  1,140 more words

Health

Kurt Schwitters, Merz 370

The radical experimental art of Kurt Schwitters stands out in its singularity, although aligned at different times in his career with different groups of artists, there is always a sense when examining his work that he was out on his own in terms of his originality and shear invention. 319 more words

Art