Monday, October 23, 2017

Mary Corse at Kayne Griffin Corcoran


Perceptuality in art feeling like a fossil dragged into the 21st century. Trends for "presentness"already been subsumed by our yoga practices and then trend the phone-films of airplane interiors and whatever other banalia which too aggrandized plain "experience" wondrous as any ice cold lightbox. Air and space focused on place which turned to "site-specificity" treating museums as church to it, turned by the young into experience as transmissable blips to light up the networks we all spent most of our experience more and more on anyway. Personal attendance seems like a morality, a penance to drag your body across.