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Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by TEARZ, Jul 2, 2001.

  1. TEARZ

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    testpress

    Discussion started by TEARZ - Jul 2, 2001

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  2. TEARZ

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    TEARZ - Replied Jul 2, 2001

    TWIST:
    I like the real experience of being there, a given space at a given time. I also like the evidence of the human hand at a place, at a time, and then gone into memory.

    I feel like these installations talk about a period of time -- as in a city that is constantly changing, for better or (recently) for worse. They are, to me, fragments that sometimes flow together, sometimes are abrasive next to each other. Similar to patterns in life.

    Take a thousand kids, all with the same intent, and you have a threat. Not a physical or violent one, but a visual one.

    People don't know what to do with this thing called graffiti. Kids are so into it. And I like that whole thing because it opens up possibilities for kids that normally don't have access to the arts, who aren't pushed creatively. That's how I feel; it opened me up to see so many different things. I would hope every kid has that opportunity. It's an excellent introduction to form.

    Compelling art to me is a name carved into a tree. Sometimes a rock soaring through a plate of glass can be the most beautiful, compelling work of art I have ever seen.
     
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    TEARZ - Replied Jul 2, 2001

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    TEARZ - Replied Jul 2, 2001

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    TEARZ - Replied Jul 2, 2001

    sheeler
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    TEARZ - Replied Jul 2, 2001

    hamilton
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  7. TEARZ

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    TEARZ - Replied Jul 2, 2001

    just a test press.
     
  8. Remy Martin

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    Remy Martin - Replied Jul 2, 2001

    good lookin out Tearz
     
  9. Kr430n5_666

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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Jul 2, 2001

    wow. awesome. doperoxxx.

    hamilton rock

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    neat
     
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    brown twinkie - Replied Jul 2, 2001

    primo, keep it coming brother johnathan....
     
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    TEARZ - Replied Jul 3, 2001

    i forgot. the top one is klee for those that don't know.
     
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    TEARZ - Replied Jul 3, 2001

    you left us too soon.
    albert ayler.
    http://www.downbeat.com/content/artists/a/AlbertAyler/images/IM049008.jpg'>

    re:last twist sentence...
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    sorry so big. they're pretty though.

    pueblo bonito
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    brown twinkie - Replied Jul 3, 2001

    fuckin' a tearz....i wish more people posted like this.
    albert........the fuckin' lord. man...we need to get some
    tapes going back/forth/back. really....i know i'm a flake,
    but....as soon as i get my hands on a tape deck, its on,
    cool? keep 'em coming please and thanks....
     
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    TEARZ - Replied Jul 3, 2001

    i'm glad that you like the post. i'm down to trade some stuff, certainly, but somebody has to email me. [​IMG]