This is a work of fiction. The character, incidents, and locations portayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to or identification with the location, name, character or history of any person, product or entity is entirely coincidental and unintentional

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This is a work of fiction. The character, incidents, and locations portayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to or identification with the location, name, character or history of any person, product or entity is entirely coincidental and unintentional <|startoftext|>Laurie Andersons video installation, Conceptual Painting: An Experiment in Conceptual Art, 1994, was a study in contrasts between the rigor of conceptual art and the freedom of expression in the context of the art world. In the video, Andersons voice-over, in a bland, monotonous, analytical style, demonstrates that art is always already conceptual. She asks: Why are paintings so expensive? Why do we continue to see them as art? Andersons video analysis of the art market is interrupted by a series of questions about the form of the painting and the color of the surface, as well as by the artist herself, who is asked about the work of others, and to what extent her own work is a product of her participation in these discussions. Finally, Andersons voice-over is interrupted by the artist, who is asked to repeat a series of questions that have been typed into a small, dark notebook. This action recalls the tactic of a conceptual artist who uses the text as a visual device to interrupt the conceptual process. Andersons video installation demonstrated that painting, in its own way, is already conceptual, and that it is also a medium in which the question of the work of art is already posed.The work consisted of a series of frames that Andersons monitor had been hung on the wall. They were all painted the same blue, but with a different color in each case. The frame was also a frame in itself, a part of the work. Each frame contained a painting, a painting in the frame, and a painting in the frame. The frame became a painting in and of itself, a painting in and of itself. The frames were also paintings, but these were not paintings, but paintings that had been cut into the frame. The frame became a painting in the frame. A painting was then a painting in the frame. The frame became a painting in the frame.

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This is a work of fiction. The character, incidents, and locations portayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to or identification with the location, name, character or history of any person, product or entity is entirely coincidental and unintentional <|startoftext|>In a show titled The Architecture of the Human Body, two of the artists in this show were Ralf Dahlem and Herbert Schütte. Dahlem has been exhibiting extensively in Europe for the past several years, and in the past year he has been included in the Whitney Biennial. He was born in Vienna, where he studied and still lives, and moved to New York in 1957. He has lived in the city since 1962, and the fact that he is not only a painter but also an architect is evident in his paintings and constructions. He has developed a style in which light and color are emphasized, as in the past decade, but where the artist seems to be trying to remove himself from the past. In his most recent works, he has begun to use glass, which he has used in the past in an attempt to avoid the past. In the past Dahlem has used glass in order to create the illusion of light and space, but in his latest works he has removed the glass entirely, and is now using a mirror, which he uses to reflect light back onto himself. He is not trying to hide his transformation of himself into a living sculpture; he uses mirrors to create a new reality, a reality that is both his own and that of other artists. These works are more than mere renderings of reality; they are examples of his attempt to create a new reality in which everything is possible.Dahlem uses glass in a way that is at once playful and ironic. He uses glass to create a new reality in which everything is possible. He uses glass to create a new reality in which everything is possible. Dahlem uses glass to create a new reality in which everything is possible. He uses glass to create a new reality in which everything is possible. Dahlem uses glass to create a new reality in which everything is possible. He uses glass to create a new reality in which everything is possible.

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This is a work of fiction. The character, incidents, and locations portayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to or identification with the location, name, character or history of any person, product or entity is entirely coincidental and unintentional <|startoftext|>It is difficult to see the significance of the fact that the gallerys front window has a large, rounded, open, five-pointed cross. The cross is a symbol of the Church of Santa Maria in Calabria, Italy, the most important ecclesiastical monument in the world. It was painted over by a priest in the year 1300 to prevent vandalism. It is a sign of the faith in art and religion that in its age, it has been safely preserved and venerated in a church. The cross is a symbol of the cross, and of the cross in general. It is a symbol of the cross, but one that is simultaneously a symbol of freedom and the symbol of the Church. The cross is a symbol of the cross, but one that is also a symbol of death. The cross is also a symbol of the cross, but one that is simultaneously a symbol of the Church and death. The cross is a symbol of the cross, but it is also a symbol of the Church, and of death. The cross is also a symbol of the cross, but it is also a symbol of freedom, and of freedom in general. The cross is also a symbol of death, but one that is also a symbol of the Church. The cross is also a symbol of death, but one that is also a symbol of death in general. The Cross is a symbol of death, but it is also a symbol of the Cross in general. It is a symbol of the cross, but it is also a symbol of the Church and death. It is a symbol of death, but it is also a symbol of the Church and death in general. The Cross is a symbol of death, but it is also a symbol of the Church, and of death in general. The Cross is also a symbol of freedom, but it is also a symbol of death in general.

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This is a work of fiction. The character, incidents, and locations portayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to or identification with the location, name, character or history of any person, product or entity is entirely coincidental and unintentional <|startoftext|>From a distance, the large, shiny, dark, almost black wall-like, floor- and ceiling-like installation looked like a white cube. From the side, the wall looks like a black cube, but with a corner cut into it, leaving a large, square hole. The cut into the cube is a cube but with the cut out of the cube. The cube is now a black cube but with the cut out of it. The black hole is a black hole, but the light inside it is not. The black hole is a hole, but not in the black cube, but in the dark cube. The black hole is a black hole but not a hole, but the light inside the black hole is a black hole. The light inside the hole is a hole, but not in the dark cube, but in the light of the black hole. The light is a hole but not a hole, and the hole is not the hole, and it is not the hole that the light makes visible. The light is a hole but not a hole. The light is a hole but not a hole. The light is a hole but not a hole.The room is dark, and the light, a hole in the dark cube, is visible through the hole. The hole, the hole, is a hole but not in the hole. The light is a hole but not in the hole. The hole is a hole but not in the hole. The hole is the hole, but not in the hole. The hole is the hole but not the hole. The hole is the hole but not the hole. The hole is the hole but not the hole. The hole is the hole but not the hole. The hole is the hole but not the hole. The hole is the hole but not the hole. The hole is the hole but not the hole. The hole is the hole but not the hole.

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This is a work of fiction. The character, incidents, and locations portayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to or identification with the location, name, character or history of any person, product or entity is entirely coincidental and unintentional <|startoftext|>A series of large paintings, drawings and collages, the artists first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, deals with the history of the Southland. In the paintings, the artists take notes, sketches, notes and plans for his own paintings. The details of the locations are given in the names of the places represented: Stockton, Santa Monica, Venice, Venice Beach, Venice, etc. The artists make no effort to represent the elements of the actual sites, but rather they concentrate on the impressions and ideas of the places. This is not to say that the work is devoid of historical interest, for the artist does not make the pictures any less scholarly, but to claim that it is, for all that, an interesting series is to misunderstand the artists intentions and the historical significance of his work. It is not. For the paintings are too academic and simplistic, the collages too graphic, and the collages too illustrational. The artist seems to be looking for the perfect synthesis of collage, collage and collage, but the collages are not there. They are either too graphic, too illustrational, too conceptual or too well chosen. In short, the paintings are too academic and simplistic, too illustrational and too logical to be interesting. The collages are too illustrational and too logical, and the collages too elementary to be interesting. The collages are a failure. The collages are made of paper, the collages of paper. The collages are not collage, but collage made for collage. The collage is a lie, a parody of collage, and the collage is a lie, a parody of collage. The collage is a lie, a parody of collage, and the collage is a lie. The collage is a lie, a parody of collage, and the collage is a lie.

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