Phoenix VI phoenix giving dude the only falls in love with robots advice do not

Phoenix vi phoenix giving dude the only falls in love

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Phoenix VI - phoenix giving dude the only falls in love with robots advice - do not need the phoenix blood because of technology Phoenix goes away he does not want to be immortal?? Has an offspring - a robot????? Kills a human????? Avant-Gardism - Military term - group that went ahead to the front lines → appropriated for art world: artists that were ahead of their time - Typically young, small groups speculate on what is going to happen in the future - antagonist to their world - school, government - Protest for a better world - Not organized as profit making groups - Did not appeal to anyone to buy their art - Wanted to disturb and shock people with their art - Manifesto: short proclamation that proclaims what the avant-garde vows to do(?) - Dynamic approach to making art Famous Avant-garde Gutai 1954-1972 Means concreteness Eg. Wrestling with mud Mono-ha 1968-1972 School of the thing Focused on things Mr.Yoshihara A patreon - supported the artists Did not like normal art??
It wasn’t real? - fraudulence Art of the past was immoral - deception “Gutai does not alter matter” Shiraga Kazuo, Challenging Mud, 1955 Ordered Mud to make urban walls Kneeded the mud → set it out in the parking lot Called the press Wrestled with the mud Mud spread out in a pattern Bring out the quality of mud Shima Moko Oil paint in glass bottles Throws the bottle → explode in dif directions and hit the canvas Element of chance Forensics How were Gutai paintings made? Shuraga, Shu Kongo, 1987 Put pain on the canvas → used his feet to spread the paint around Get rid of the paint brush - it was an interference Direct body action Became a monk later - shugendo Tanaka Atsuko, Electric Dress, 1956 Hand painted lightbulbs 110 pounds Wore it Compared to Astro boy - antithesis People afraid of her electrocuting herself commercialization of propaganda Electronic circuit Mono-ha
- Similar focus on material more arduous(?) attitude - Just let it be - Non-art - opposed to the ethos of art Sekine Nobuo, Phase - Mother Earth, 1968 Cylindrical form of dirt Hole next to it where the dirt came from Just moved the earth Minimal intervention of the object Dirt transferred as is Materiality of the result of the work Smell of dirt Sekine Nobuo, Phase - Sponge, 1968 Shaped as a cylinder Set a heavy piece of steel ontop → compressed the sponge Minimal transformation Sekine Nobuo, Phase Nothingness - Oil Clay, 1969 Chunks of oil clay Started to look crazy(?) ripping pieces off Couldn’t tell if artist making the oil clay or oil clay making the artist Suga Kishio, Infinite Situation I (window), 1970 / 2012 At a museum Conditions established by the limitations of the object in relation to its environment
Also did it in LA Lee UFan, Relatum, steel, glass, stone, 1968/69 Korean became leader(?) of mono-ha???

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