Category Archives: Social interaction

The temporal quality of looking at art in person

In our instant media obsessed culture, standing before a painting, the act itself requires courage. Courage to stop. Stop all texts, calls, and pushed beeps, chimes and dings. It requires courage to be alone, with your own thoughts, and fearlessness … Continue reading

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Art as Facilitator

In Michael Findaly’s book, The Value of Art, the second section is about art as a social vehicle. The artist creates art that isn’t complete until it is seen. However, this is the smallest of art induced interactions between people. … Continue reading

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