Posted by Student on December 03, 1997 at 23:24:51:
In Reply to: Re: art, reality and fiction posted by Baron Simon Berger Lynx on May 26, 1997 at 14:03:12:
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: : : : : : It's an intrinsically subjective thing, and my opinion is
: : : : : : that what at least one person considers to be art is art.
: : : : Hm, I wonder if you don´t need at least two persons?
: : : : I´m not sure about this (off course), but I think it´s got something here to do with communication.
: : : : Can somebody tell me what I´m trying to say?
: : : : Yours Trond Ivar
: : : Well, is this not the very core of the discussion? It is very difficult to hear someone spaking on the subject of art and make sense?
: : : It seems very few people know what they are trying to say when they discuss "art".
: : : Wittgenstein said: Of that which we cannot speak we must remain silent.
: : : Did he also say "Det dunkelt sgda är det dnkelt tänkta"?
: : : Yours truly,
: : : Vera Porad
: : Truly so, Vera!
: : One needs two persons to make an agreement.
: : Isn´t there a core here of something?
: : Still yours
: : Trond Ivar
: Okay, so art is an agreement between creator/spectator.
: But does creativity have to be art; it sure doesn't
: have to be in agreement. And isn't the fiction of the
: silent as real as the creation of the artist?
: Reality is what one has, whether it is imagination,
: art, or something else. We all have Ladonia, in our
: hearts, in the Scandinavian peninsula, and in the
: communicational network of the world. That's enough
: for me to build on, letting my creativity flow.
: Feles agita, ergo est.
: Baron Simon Jönsson Berger of Lynx
: I know you, Simon! You´re going to Friaborgsskolan!!!
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