Critique

Book and film reviews have been reduced to individual data points on aggregator web sites as print journalism collapses. It’s only a matter of time until such big data/collective intelligence approaches expand to cover art criticism.

http://robmyers.org/2013/08/07/the-proletarianization-of-art-criticism/

 

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I write reviews for the art, technology and social change collective Furtherfield:

http://www.furtherfield.org/user/rob-myers

 

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I’ve written some code for the Emacs text editor to help improve people’s writing about art:

http://robmyers.org/artbollocks-mode/

 

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(Illustration from: http://ofdoge.wordpress.com/2013/12/05/art-doge/, copyright the artist.)

I’m experimenting with different ways of disrupting (or surviving the disruption of) art criticism:

http://robmyers.org/critical-coins/

http://robmyers.org/2014/01/15/exploring-art-data-my-_mon3y-as-an-3rrror-mon3y-us-review/

And the value of art:

Pure Aesthetic One

Pure Aesthetic, 2005, diamond dust, glass and plastic.

A simple way to add the magic of aesthetic value to any physical object.

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