Re: FRAMEWORKS Digest - 4 Mar 2006 - Special issue (#2006-140)

From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Mar 06 2006 - 09:47:38 PST

if you're act were not so common
it would be funny

cop out
shutting down is very helpful to all of us (sarcasm)
letting our egos not allow us to admit we possibly could sometime be
wrong about something
keeps us fr: being whole beings
we are hopefully all learning as much as possible each day
humility opens that door wider


On 3/4/06, jarrod whaley. <email suppressed> wrote:
> "culturally relevent?
> who are u 2 massively judge cultural relevance
> or 2 know w/ absolution
> that underground work is not culturally relevant
> i think you do not in any way understand the function of art
> in life or art history
> for u to act as if u get stuff
> but don't is well
> part of why the avant garde remains underground
> look into the life/work of yoko ono (and other artists i mentioned b4)
> then get back 2 us (perhaps w/ less ego - that would help)
> for u 2 have 'contempt' without (obvious) investigation is well - uneducated
> & not holistic
> saying film will dissapear forever is just arrogance
> how do you know?
> people like you think that they can reinvent the wheel
> it's really lol funny
> c"
> I'd respond if I could understand a damn word of what you're saying.
> -->jarrod whaley.
> filmmaker. videographer.
> web designer. educator.
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