On “Memory” by Anish Kapoor at the New York Guggenheim

 

First there was the dematerialization of the art object. Now the deobjectification of art criticism. Or something.

 

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~ by bracketbracket on January 5, 2010.

One Response to “On “Memory” by Anish Kapoor at the New York Guggenheim”

  1. I think you should send Anish Kapoor a link to your cartoon.

    I also think that the Memory piece looks really surreal in that smooth, clean Guggenheim space.

    I, too, have had art ideas that I have thought of enough that I might as well have made them. I mean, either way they would just be memories now.

    And finally, do your animated characters have names? I feel that they would not want names.

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