I’m ill as fuck. Was out last night, ridiculously drunk up until 5 got up to head into my darkroom at 7am. Was considering ending my life in the stop bath however managed to with hold the urge. Got to see someone I’m rather fond of today also despite my complete zombie state.
Memory can change the shape of a room; it can change the color of a car. And memories can be distorted. They’re just an interpretation, they’re not a record, and they’re irrelevant if you have the facts.
It has begun. Art contemporary is the ultimate and coolest current way to express yourself freely and artistically. Art contemporary has limitlessness and a charm that exudes free will. But, I suppose, it is inevitable that some artists may push these boundaries too far.
It would be extremely stereotypical to try and tell you that all artists are hippies. They aren’t all extremists and unrealistic leftists; to anybody who does think that: it simply isn’t the case. Artists, especially followers of art contemporary, come from all different walks of life and they use art contemporary as the best way to express themselves.
However, it will always be the case that art will be used as a communication tool for getting your views across to the masses. Art will always be used for over-the-top preaching and political activism. Art will always provoke others’ thoughts because of artists who try to enforce their ideas onto others; onto you. This is inevitable. Artists can express themselves freely. We can all think of examples where rebellious artists have gone too far, but I feel that we can’t really do too much to sort this problem out. We can’t take away an artist’s freedom! The only way to remedy the troublemakers would be to limit the artists; to install boundaries in art contemporary, the newest current art form. That can never be allowed, or the foundations of art contemporary itself, the freedom to express your innermost feelings through your artwork, would collapse; the art world would die.
Art contemporary is the right to totally express yourself freely. Even if some artists do express the wrong, or possibly overly controversial, ideas, then, in my view, the authorities should deal with these problems individually, and as infrequently as they occur. There shouldn’t be laws within the realms of the art world; otherwise real art contemporary would be impossible.
Art contemporary is self-expression. Sometimes (not very often but sometimes) artists do take that definition too far; they stretch and bend the rules and go way overboard. But let us remember not to let these few offside individuals affect the beautiful work of thousands of talented artists.