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Liquid Reunion

By Guil

February 14, 2020

Brian Guilbert "Reunion" (2020) oil on paper 24 x 30 in.
Brian Guilbert “Reunion” (2020) oil on paper 24 x 30 in.

The most obvious decreasing fingerprints of the root of all things, as mobile, and rotating in the glow of rare earths, is from the outset an apparent (what may be called) Freudian slip. What is a fan blade, rustling back and forth, and triangular piano if the game is rigged? Every 15 minutes, a black and white video becomes erect, then gradually fades, becoming cold and wet. It looks pretty grim some days. Boring games have endless individual piano notes that ever so deftly criticize repression -a credo of great uncertainty. I am a hard judge to decide one thing is more important than others, so I’m trying to make no decision; “Select a topic,” so I think, “nothing is decided until it is decided that all is decided.” As far as ruling that it does not worship the sex ego style, it goes without saying that media, art, film, fashion and publishing stand in an array like merchandise in a galleria mall. All art is conceptual. That, of course, means that if it does not contain the point that it is neither good nor bad, then this statement is a shocked, humorous allusion to social gold plating. It is an illiquid asset, and all joking aside, lessens the impact value of a somewhat thin faith in how “artist” came to mean a guy who is complicated.

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