Importance of art, what is important art? Where lies the interest when we look at art depending on what are we measuring when we measure art? What we look for, why art is there to be measured is for someone to profit? By what standards? We measure the price, fame, name, skill, connections, where the artist is based and so forth. Why all the measuring and paying attention to surface is so important especially in art, or is it just the problem of this branch only? Obviously not. Seek to impress and making it gets desperate when competition is heavy and the place is very desired. Is it the social side behind desire and lust for grandiose there to be understood? Is it just pure greed and need for power and showoff, because what can be deducted is quality is not how art is measured? Art has to be placed or left out as are artists in or out? Question of size of art and what gets attention is always interesting. As an artist as I write about attention can mean it is I who wants attention, but of course. There is always the self-interest, suspicion, egoism which are attached to art, to this social event of art, social aspects of doing the whole business of art, business of what, publicity and talking about art, writing about it, being there, seen that. Big possibilities lure spineless crooks who wish to make the best profit there is possible to make. You live in New York, do you now, how interesting.
The same problematics in size goes with architecture and size of corporations, thinking the bigger equals the better. The better and something good in the world of today is a matter of magnitude, impact, conspicuousness, ability to make stature and scale that impresses. To be impressed in an instant, to be in awe, be taken and one’s breath away by something that has required skill to achieve. It is a goal by which art in traditional sense is seen and meaning of making art is to prove skill (natural?), professionality, business-likeness and trustworthiness, valuable in a world where machinery, factories, technical thinking (gadgets) prevail over everything and as true signs of intellect (smart), as best human abilities and as male. Big size as a masculine feature is an all covering norm with a shadow to impress conquering attention and winning like in sports or wherever. It is not unusual to own and aggressively protect that tradition in art by diminishing countering opinions and this all shadowing view of massiveness. Dominance is the only way to do things in this kind of mental atmosphere, you dominate or you don’t. Anything small is pathetic and cute, seen as too small and insignificant: big is self-evidently good and acceptable, heavy and solid, lasting. What a horrible weakness that is to all of art and artists to seek massiveness in every way is to be noticed. It is to diminish and kill anything else which everything else would mean variety of points of views and ways of making.
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Revolution: a drastic and far-reaching change in ways of thinking and behaving: “The industrial revolution was also a cultural revolution” alteration, change, modification – an event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another; “the change was intended to increase sales”; this storm is certainly a change for the worse”; “the neighbourhood had undergone few modifications since his last visit years ago”.
Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution – a radical reform in China initiated by Mao Zedong in 1975 and carried out largely by the Red Guard; intended to eliminate counterrevolutionary elements in the government, it resulted in purges of the intellectuals and socioeconomic chaos.
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To smudge, mess, break, disturb, move, make noise, to be heard, picture of a burning car, people holding pictures, bankrolls with slogans, posters, prints, events, interventions, riots to throw stones, destroy shops, banks, public spaces, spray cans, holding hands in fists, holding hands, there is the blame, something has caused a problem, which has been going on and now people look for something else, a change to provoke, to make. Who is it that begins, what is the cause to begin, a riot starter. What happens, how message to gather is put forward? What kind of message gets the attention, gets acknowledged within thousands of people? Serious environmental issues, serious human rights violations, economical problems, political injustices. There has to be inspiration, a dramatic need for change, means for change or to find means for change for the better. Something other than rebellion? To empower the powerless, what gives power to the individual who is in the situation of having nothing, is nothing in the eyes of the establishment, facing violence, oppression, hatred, in need of help. Civil war, uprising, ethnic problems, if someone who has nothing rises up, what one needs to be heard? Tactics of the small individual among many.
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Revolution: the motion of an object around a point, especially round another object or a centre of mass. A single complete cycle of such motion.
Usage: in everyday speech revolution and rotation are often used as synonyms, but in science they are not synonyms and have distinct meanings. The difference between the two terms lies in the location of the central axis that the object turns about. If the axis is outside the body itself that is, if the object is orbiting about another object then one complete orbit is called a revolution. But if the object is turning about an axis that passes trough itself, then one complete cycle is called a rotation. This difference is often summed up in the statement: Earth rotates on its axis and revolves around the Sun.
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Revolution: orbital motion about a point especially as distinguished from axial rotation.
The planetary revolution about the sun. A turning or rotation or motion about an axis. A single complete cycle of such orbital or axial motion.
The overthrow of one government and its replacement with another, a sudden or momentous change in a situation: the revolution in computer technology.
Geology: a time of major crustal deformation, when folds and faults are formed.
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