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One-a-day selected alternative projects, mail art, performance scores, subverted street art and more by multi-disciplinary mixed media conceptual artist Jennifer Weigel. Check back every day for a new work from a totally random, open-theme.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Fluxfest Chicago 2012

Writer’s Block

Act 1
Silence

Act 2
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.
I seem to have developed a serious case of writer’s block.

Act 3
Scream



LOST

Lost
Art that connects with the casual observer


Which Does Not Require

An Artist’s Statement summarizing what the artist was trying to convey in his/her work

Awareness of geographic, political, religious and societal influences on the artist’s life and work

Background study in art history, past and present

Examination of the cultural and situational contexts in which the work was originally exhibited

Familiarity with the artist’s past works

In-depth analysis by an art critic or historian

Justification of gallery or museum representation

Knowledge of both those for whom the work was initially created and those who actually viewed it

Philosophical, psychoanalytical, and spiritual interpretation of the means of expression

Study of the time period in which the work was made

Technical evaluation of the materials and processes used and the resulting effects on the work

Understanding of the artist’s financial wellbeing, mental and physical health, and personal life

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