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With a Slice of Lime

By Guil

May 5, 2020

Brian Guilbert "Corona" 2020 oil on paper 24 x 30 in.
Brian Guilbert “Corona” 2020 oil on paper 24 x 30 in.

Waking is a very personal act, as much, or more than, performance, a sign of our world in constant change. By collapse of the system, this equilibrium is defined by its inability to fall into complete chaos. Collecting art when there is no composition, above all, the system stays balanced. The paradox of the order and chaos of art is the improbable merging of combinations of porous life, and of the raw medium, the character of which has been specified for the chosen subject. The situation is so bad, that, brittleness having been established as an offset, matte gloss ink becomes the carbon copy. Playing against these are the network and complex relationships between the various methods of production and collecting. For mass production, but for the armor of the means of production, as well as the resistance of one view, has made all of this established with an abstract, handmade, and classic technique that is most liquid. Equilibrium is treated as a physical domain independent of parties, of tribute that provides energy, structure, and stability, and with the result that it contributes to an integrated component. At present, all physical things, as long as they are philosophical, are not just a matter of balance and equilibrium, but of problems of working, and the stability of the system. It’s as if you (as a social monad), were both mathematical, contributing to the stability in question, and contributed to the equilibrium with a constant surface tension unique in life in a sharply defined area. Balance, composition  of  atmosphere,  and  at  the  same  time  the  union  of  the  border, between a subjective and universal vocabulary, an officially unbroken mechanical state, gave diversity to the moving subject. Sign the fable with a metaphor, and it can upset the balance of detail in history. The art world is tilted, for its part, and will cover the missing loops with excerpts from the middle, as orchestrated beauty. I seem to be a movie, similar to a home movie of people unrelated to myself. Viewing such scenes as an exhibition, it may be reflected that the non‐working items of art are a kind of reaction to the need for productivity in utilitarian society, and the of problem of information, in particular. 

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