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Rather than training your hand and eye while cultivating your mind, you can now pay to learn to talk your way into the field of art. Before you allow yourself to be convinced that you don’t need to know how to make anything anymore to succeed in art, consider what it would be like to work with language and ideas as materials, after learning about centuries of history of physical engagement with materiality and being left with nothing to play with but language as a result of the de-skilling of art education for institutional profit. In the real world, even conceptual artists like their studio space.
Coco Fusco, “The Art School Game” for Modern Painters (December 2013). (via tobia)

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I will put up with any mockery rather than pretend that I am satisfied when I am hungry.
— Fyodor Dostoevsky, Notes from the Underground (via arm-yourself-with-books)

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The Eye of Love, René Groebli
Dreams have as much influence as actions.
— Stephane Mallarme  (via tri-ciclo)

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