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A Real Problem with Theoretical Value Judgement

David Hume, Allan Ramsay, Oil on canvas, 30.00 x 25.00 in. (76.20 x 63.50 cm), Bequeathed by Mrs Macdonald Hume to the National Gallery of Scotland and transferred
by Megan M. Garwood

Vincent van Gogh, Roadway with Underpass (Le viaduc), 1887, Oil on cardboard, mounted on panel, 12 7/8 x 16 1/8 inches (32.7 x 41 cm), Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Thannhauser Collection, Gift, Justin K. Thannhauser, 1978

Traditional branches of philosophy include metaphysics, ethics, aesthetics and logic. In academic discourses, these branches are generally treated separately. Brilliant scholars dedicate their lives to studying within these … Continue reading »

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A Critic Critiques Herself: Conversation Prostitution

A photograph of me during the performance

A pursuit to understand performance art has developed into an art of my own. I am an art critic as well as a “conversation prostitute,” who practices pseudo-therapy sessions sans legal license by simply talking and listening with viewers. During the opening of Wild House presented by WE-ARE-FAMILIA at The Yard, 2-26 50 Avenue, I sold a conversation for one dollar.

I derived my performance from a conversation between Jennifer … Continue reading »

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