Quizzes Quizzes Main-Celebs-Movies-TV-Music-Life-More [First] « Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next » [Last] more quizzes » Modelling and Control of Tensegrity Structures by Wroldsen Playing with art & language: some personal memories - The Word As Art - Artlink Magazine In the early 1980s I walked into what was then the Third Eye Centre in Glasgow's Sauchiehall Street and saw that the art centre shop was full of giant prints by London-based Scot Bruce McLean. These prints were a wild, neo-expressionist mix of art and text. It was difficult to tell what was a mark representing an everyday object and what was a word representing that object. This was visual poetry, but it was also real poetry, for out of the pizza explosion of colour and line the eye discerned the absurdly beautiful phrase, 'A teacup, a jug, a piece of floor, a certain smile, a new front door.' A few years before this, when I was studying painting just outside London, my weekly trawl of the commercial galleries and art spaces took me to Angela Flowers where I came across the equally exciting work of Ian Breakwell. I've always felt that art movements are at their most exciting before they are named, and certainly well before they become institutionalised and academicised.
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