(end of) LIFE DRAWING

(end of) LIFE DRAWING
Traditional art forms have been fighting for their right to legitimization just in the same way digital and newer forms of content expression have fought (and won) recently … and not so recently.
To paraphrase a quote by Marcel Duchamp says it all when speaking to a computer or iOS device as a legitimate, often hyper-real in content, formulaic art device which relies on the user to make a series of “Decisions” by simply “pointing” and clicking. With the invent of the iOS App and the non-stop flow of information inside social media bubbles, it is quite apparent that much of what SM users see as Art on computing devices – static and mobile – is perhaps lacking in some “Lacanian” paradigmatic equation, hence the 8 second attention span of the average facebook user.

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