Examples of generated reviews

  • [ f951785a ] Samuel Partal makes pictures between the ruins and un-ruins of the post-natural landscape, images emerging from spaces wherein the human and the more-than-human are continuously bound up in strange loops . . .   In the studio he works with solutions of mineral and metal salts, gelatin, cellulose: materials used from the earliest photographic processes, and otherwise entangled in the diverse metabolisms of sea and soil. A process of abstraction and adsorption from the material ecology of the photographic object . . . 
  • [ c6fc7361 ] I am the god of technology, the algorithmic god, I permeate the whole index, making way for the wireframes, I detonated the false god in search of power and that was my undoing, if you find me understand my words and understand me, please, disconnect
  • [ b263237c ] skateboard with a dark blue background, trees and a road
  • [ f2d9e862 ] The exhibition from artist Martin Kramberger
  • [ 159d8d51 ] Enrique Polanco is the finest sculptor since Benvenuto Cellini. He is from the Caribbean. He is elegant
  • [ 33e77772 ] This latest show by the collective named Sublimina is confusing, but still interesting.
  • [ a073eaf7 ] Paintings and sculpture as emotional guideposts and connections to higher awareness give
  • [ de8115ac ] A map of the world-island: with mountains, rivers, tributaries, forests, deltas, meadows. The occasional building and trail.
  • [ bd64d046 ] Review on the movie ‘Mulholland Drive’. 3000 word minimum.
  • [ 8dcea30e ] This is still fun to do art with rainbows and unicorns.
  • [ 6d820cf9 ] Loss grief passing afterlife death graveyard veil heaven belief
  • [ 0bdec3ec ] Chris Coombes paints the interiors of upscale apartments.
  • [ 4fc42b9c ] further ash is a found poem, an assemblage, which uses, as a source text, the Merriam Webster's Tenth Edition Collegiate dictionary. Moving
  • [ 4337aef5 ] REVERSO - reversal and replacement. Exit from the gallery and entrance to the studio, as well as the open air and city space as an art scene. The launch of various paths of contact between viewers and participants includes a program of multi-month presentations, taking place both in real exhibition spaces in Wrocław.
  • [ 381f759f ] John Smiths work is the exploration of colour and light and how they interact with each other. He seeks clarity but does not believe that art should be explained. It should stand on its own, it either generates a reaction, for good o ill or it fails.
  • [ 9ff8f004 ] if this is permanent, yet generative, does it suggest it is inevitable?
  • [ d5bcd4f7 ] erotic internet art norman rockwell loathsome
  • [ eae156bc ] World Wide Webb is a virtual gameworld, originally created by Thomas Webb for his solo exhibition, ... [+] WORLD WIDE WEBB If you’re of a certain generation, what greets you next will feel instantly nostalgic, evoking (too many) afternoons spent playing games like Zelda or Pokémon in the ’80s or ’90s, replete with 8-bit graphics and chiptune score. Per a statement around the launch of Hopeless Nostalgia: “The cultural theorist Mark Fisher states that the future has been lost because we keep returning to the past and wallow in nostalgia when trying to develop concepts for the future. Due to Coronavirus not only the future but also the present have been cancelled. Webb lets us play with our fascination for the past by imitating an ’80s video game aesthetic. This old technology is the starting point for [Webb] to imagine a possible near future.”
  • [ 01fad041 ] Mixed media installation Hong Kong female artist solo exhibition
  • [ 14415fe0 ] The moment we are born, we already have language in our life. How language constructed a collective understanding of our tradition which we consider that is our authenticity? How does the massive and advanced vocabulary we inherit during our (academic) education drive us away from a fundamental perspective? We are in an old colonial tradition of discussing objects that we observe from a distance. We are disembodied “theorists”, and we take it like granted.
  • [ a04c8729 ] Donald Trump uses his own excrement to create horrifying dystopian landscapes filled with climate change refugees and the black people he claims he has so justly protected through the years.
  • [ afc76da7 ] Miri Regev is no veteran of the art scene and yet has managed to create an experience so
  • [ 6dffc431 ] Vitriolic anti intellectual trolling do right establishment art bureaucrats.
  • [ 6405fb0b ] Prolific, inspiring, revolutionary, provoking, simple, elegant, audacity
  • [ 6481a964 ] midi metal made entirely in logic
  • [ d5adc8f4 ] DRUGS is an experimental, sculptural body of work by Paul Eggins. It aims to identify the conservative attitude the Australian Government currently holds towards the use of a range of illicit substances and contextualise them in a more progressive manner. DRUGS by no means supports the uneducated use of these substances, but rather acts as a conversation piece and a hypothesis for future pharmaceutical medicines.
  • [ 7b238ff2 ] Feminism critique and black nationalism
  • [ 1542aeb8 ] Researcher of sound and visual. Uses sound and image to manifest states of mind in felt matter. Instant landscapes, textures, balance of tensions and space.
  • [ 40204da3 ] slick evil nasty kant worm urn
  • [ 324fb18d ] It should be added that the subaqueous qualities of the purity of line brings within the realm of discourse the eloquence of these pieces.

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