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bla bla bla it's boring and useless. Do you think so ? Theres no point in debating the truth of such declarations, however, since, as is often the case, one can only paraphrase them in a different way. And the same goes for the works themselves. Theyre not the result of a serious engagement with the works on display, but are, rather, simply reproductions of what has already been made, made to order. They may even have been made as a kind of ritualistic gift to the viewer, who can be expected to honor them with the same respect he would any other artwork.The four large pieces, all untitled, are in fact also reproductions of reproductions of reproductions. That is, they are reproductions of reproductions, but they are not originals. In the case of a painting, the reproduction may be an enlargement of an original. In the case of a sculpture, it may be a reconstruction of a work that never existed. Thus, the works are representations of reproductions of reproductions, but they are not originals. The originals, however, are reproductions. In this sense, they are not original works in the usual sense of the word, but reproductions of reproductions. They are also not originals but reproductions of reproductions. The reproductions are not originals either. The original is a representation. The reproduction is not original either. In fact, it is a reconstruction. The reproduction is not original either. It is a reproduction. In the same way, the three smaller pieces, made of wood, are reproductions of reproductions, but they are not originals. They are reproductions of reproductions. They are reproductions, but they are not originals. They are reproductions, but they are not originals. The original is a representation. The reproduction is not original either. It is a reproduction. Reproduction is not original either. Reproduction is not original either. Reproduction is not original either. Reproduction is not original either.

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bla bla bla it's boring and useless. Do you think so ? Its hard to say. I just think it's dull. Its one of the things that makes the show so good. It shows that the art world is still learning. Its not just an argument. It's a real argument. It's as good as any argument I can think of.I dont really know what the work is about, or if it's about anything. I dont know if it has anything to do with the age of art or with the age of the world. Ive never seen it in a gallery. It has never been shown in a large group show. It has never been exhibited in a context of its own, of its own making. It's a work in progress. Its not done yet. Its not even done yet. It could be done. It could be done better, and it could be done better. It could be done in a different way. It could be done in a much different way. It could be done without the kind of machismo and vulgarity that some of the artists in the show seem to be doing. It could be done without the kind of self-consciousness that gets in the way of good art. It could be done without the kind of self-consciousness that makes you think that the work is about the artist, the audience, or something else. It could be done without the kind of exhibition-and-installation thing. It could be done without the kind of work that makes you think that everything is already an exhibition. It could be done without the kind of showmanship that makes you think that it's not important to try hard enough. The work doesnt have to be good. It doesnt have to be anything. It could be about anything. Its about nothing. Its just about art. It could be about anything. Its not art. Its just art. It could be about anything. Its not art. It could be about anything. Its just art. It could be about anything.

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bla bla bla it's boring and useless. Do you think so ? Do you think it's important? The artist seems to be saying, Yes, but he's got to make it meaningful. And she does, with a strong, clear, and convincing body of work.For this reason, I can easily see her as a precursor to the younger artists of her generation. I think they look at the world in terms of what they perceive, rather than the other way around. In fact, it seems that they view the world in terms of what they imagine, rather than what they actually are. They also have a keen sense of the expressive power of language. They are able to understand the potential of images, and to use it as a tool to create new meanings. In this respect, they are closer to the younger artists who use language as a vehicle for expressing the power of images. And this is something that Mirra Stich is very much aware of. Her recent exhibition, I was born in the world, was a visual essay on the relationship between language and the body. The title of the show, in fact, was a line from the song By the Sea. In the vein of a very specific body of work, it was a study in contrasts: the body and language. Mirra Stichs paintings are based on the body as a complex, ambiguous, and suggestive organ. But she does so without a reliance on the metaphor of the body. Her paintings are in fact more than mere images: they are also passages through which we enter the world and experience the world as a body. We are made aware of our bodies, of our flesh, and of our spirit. In this way, they are both rigorous and playful. The paintings are like games, which are played with an iron. In order to play, we must first learn the rules, and then play. The paintings do not demand our participation; they invite us to play. They are not exercises in mastery; rather, they are exercises in comprehension.

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—Peter Plagens

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