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The Liquid Room

The Liquid Room Group tries to promote a form of art which is also itself a kind of liquid architecture, very close to the fluidity, transparency and vagueness of the inner life. A post-cultural art. POST-LITERATURE.

Website: http://www.post-cultural.blogspot.com/
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Latest Activity: Oct 25, 2011

The Liquid Room

The Liquid Room Group tries to promote a form of art which is also itself a kind of liquid architecture, very close to the fluidity, transparency and vagueness of the inner life. A post-cultural art. POST-LITERATURE.

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Comment by Garrett Lynch on October 25, 2011 at 11:31
Response from Artreview about the petition against censorship on user profiles has not been forthcoming. 


Artreview have been informed of the petition by email and recorded delivery letter which they accepted so we now know they are aware of this.  It seems Artreview care very little about this issue or the concerns of their community, at least not enough to have the courtesy to form a statement and update their community, an update they promised in the initial announcement.  Active members who are genuinely concerned about this now have two choices:

1) Increase the pressure on Artreview to make some statement;
2) Or more severely to pull out of Artreview, after all without members Artreview won't have a community.

If you chose the former I have made the letter sent to Artreview available online for anyone to download, sign with their details and post to Artreview in London.  Here it s in .doc and .rtf formats:


The latter is and should be your personal choice.
Comment by Garrett Lynch on October 1, 2011 at 21:46

Members, I have now formally forwarded the petition on censorship to Artreview.com as an email (below).  If no response is received I will also forward the petition by post.  Hopefully we will have a positive respond soon.




Dear Artreview.com

As a representative of a number of members of the artreview community, subscribers to the magazine and users of the website, I would like to draw your attention to a petition objecting to the censorship of our art dictated by your ISP as stated in your community announcement of the 6th of September 2011.


We feel that this is yet another example of creative expression suppressed by the rules and regulations of corporate institutions and does not reflect or demonstrate understanding of the long traditions, histories and well established thematic and theoretic concerns of art.  Nudity in art has, is and will continue to be a subject matter of significant importance which reflects many of the concerns of the human condition.  We feel that it is poor form that you, a well established contemporary art magazine who itself has supported cutting edge and sometimes controversial art are allowing your provider to dictate what is 'acceptable' art and surprised that you have not considered how this issue might be dealt with as your online community grew. 

We understand that you have a contractual relationship with your ISP who regulate use of its servers and will be unlikely to effect change of their policies and so request that you consider changing your ISP to a more art community friendly provider rather than censor and possibly stunt what is a blossoming community.  In addition we request a statement from Artreview.com confirming how this issue is being resolved and as indication of support for artists' rights, your community members, to choose their modes of expression.

We hope that this petition will be seen by you as it is intended, an indication of concern on your community members part and that you will protect your constituency.

Garrett Lynch

Comment by Garrett Lynch on September 7, 2011 at 12:03
In response to Artreviews community announcement of user content censorship on the 6th of September I have created an online petition to gauge interest in how the community feel about this.  To read the full details of the email (you have by now most likely received a copy of this in your email) and sign the petition point your browser to:


Please forward this to lists, family, friends, colleagues etc.

Comment by ARTStap International on August 29, 2011 at 10:54
join us at www.studentszine.com Irelands leading publication for the contemporary arts
Comment by N.S.VALLUVAN on September 6, 2010 at 9:06

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