Brainfarting on Ai Wei Wei’s Absent
Much has been written about the artist Ai Wei Wei and his work, the most recent of which being the combined retrospective and opus, Absence itself is the current status of my art, aka Absent(TFAM, November something to January 20 [this isn’t an actual review, so don’t get mad please]).
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I have an article about Kulo in the final issue of Visual Overture. It was written earlier last year, but didn’t make it in time for Fall.
I’ve had this image open in a tab for a couple of days and I don’t even know why it’s important, but it feels that way (the church, everything else I could care less about). Mostly because it looks like it could have been taken anywhere – this completely mundane representation of sanctuary. There’s a William F. Buckley quote about “Querencia” which is a word that doesn’t directly translate, but in Spanish means that little area of the bullring where the bull feels he can’t be hurt.
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