Saturday, 27 June 2009

Happy yet, not to concrete.

It is my feeling that this (perhaps enforced) reappraisal of values and global context will have a long-standing effect on the art that will be made.

We occur as the melody and thoughts on what it is to be contemporary, shifts. Post Modernism flounders sopping our feet, knowing that the new ways of being are happy yet, not to concrete.

The first urges and attempts to facilitate a "re-modernism" will fail and be forgotten. A new stance(s) will emerge that embraces the complexities of Post Modernism, but rejects its empty, pacifier Nihilism.

We must preserve an ever-expanding diversity and tolerance thereof.

I am known for speaking about Optimism, which I define as being the vital force that entangles itself with and then shapes the future. Rather than being a rhetoric charged but passive "hope" my "Optimism" actively designs and then through bold action shapes the future.

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