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Website
http://deoriginalism.wordpress.com/
Relationship status
unresolved
Member type
Artist, Other
If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Conceptual
I am...
Art? art? a construct. The limit is 100.

Off, Side and View
In Out
Dimension Is Variable (Deleted 10/11/08)
Close Cover Whole Pain (Deleted 6/19/08)
Disrupt
Ernst Homage
Miro Homage.
Image In Search of Itself.
Narrative: war, one man, truth animal, robin, file.
About my artwork
My manifesto is very long because I am confused. I am writing it one word at a time. This is methodical and labor intensive.
Interests
Gimmicks, sequence, deoriginalism, truth
Centre of the artworld:
online, nowhere and everywhere

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D. Lee Ted's Blog

Proposition

One can lose one's place without trying.

Posted on October 11, 2008 at 22:06

Proposition

Absence balances presence.

Posted on August 26, 2008 at 3:50

Proposition

This sentence is not a proposition. A line or mark of denial across an image draws attention. Attention may not translate to meaning.

Posted on June 20, 2008 at 16:30

Proposition

The focal point may not be the point of focus.

Posted on June 19, 2008 at 18:54

Proposition

1, 3, 7 and 11, for example, are prime. Art, too, is prime. Not all artwork is.

Posted on June 19, 2008 at 1:50

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At 13:25 on October 17, 2008, ART & ARTISTS LA said…
BLUEBIRD ART HOUSE AND ART&ARTISTS LA are pleased to announce the 1st INTERNATIONAL JURIED COMPETITION 2009.

Open to all artists in all fine arts media we seek to recognize outstanding quality and diversity in the arts.

The 2009 IJC is open to all artists worldwide, age 18 and older. All works must be original. Entries in the following medias will be accepted: Painting, Drawing, Mixed media, Printmaking, Watercolor, Ceramics, Sculpture, and Photography.

Entry Deadline February 15th 2009.

AWARD

A solo show next winter 2009 at Bluebird Art House and $1500 to the winner. 1 work in the show for each one of the 3 runner up.

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E-MAIL: BBIRDINTCOMP@YAHOO.COM
At 15:46 on June 12, 2008, Luke Gilliam said…
Hi D Lee Ted,

have added a new experimental video/animation to my site. Would love to hear you feedback. In particular I would enjoy hearing your feedback as you evidently have quite a bit of experience with technology,

As you can probably see the majority of my work as based around mixed media painting so this video is a 'step in a new direction'!

Best from Luke :)
At 22:04 on June 7, 2008, Michael Goodward said…
it's good to be friends ;)
At 18:49 on June 7, 2008, Luke Gilliam said…
Yes - I like what you sent me as a homage to Miro.

Is it possible I can ask how you make these images?
At 11:00 on June 4, 2008, Frank Fu said…
Interesting works!
Please check out my site.

cheers,
Frank Fu
At 15:15 on June 3, 2008, Luke Gilliam said…
again correction (arrrch this keyboard too smart (sorry) ):
[What fascinates me is where does the impulse come from]
At 15:14 on June 3, 2008, Luke Gilliam said…
correction:
At 15:13 on June 3, 2008, Luke Gilliam said…
The moment is always in the head. To 'create in the moment' or to 'live in the moment' (as people so often say) is always based on some idea or flash or nerve impulse. Scientists believe they know where it comes from but perhaps creation is more ambiguous. Not so easy to explain. What fascinates me is . This for me is extremely interesting. Before beginning making one of his famous paintings, Picasso could have equally just sat down and had a cup of tea or read the newspaper. But he didn't. Now today those same paintings have had huge impact on the world. So where does the impulse come from??????

I like to keep my paintings quite minimal - to make sense of chaos. I like to keep my sketches quite chaotic - to express the chaos around me. Having said that I have an idea to start mounting some sketches onto canvass and intergrating them into paintings. So the end result would be chaos and simplicity all in one place.

I like your piece 'Files 1 to 8 Recolored II'. Awesome.

Maybe your manifesto is more confused than you are! Your work is so clear it would be hard to see what you are confused about? Luke:)
At 11:00 on June 3, 2008, Erna G.S. said…
thanks for your positive and negative comment on my page :)
I new my text wasn't enough clear but now it is!
Your page captured my sight, interesting works
At 14:33 on June 2, 2008, artreview.com said…
Hi D. Lee Ted.

Welcome to artreview.com.

Your work is very impressive.

Hope you enjoy the site. Also, check out ArtReview:Digital -- it's ArtReview magazine on your screen every month, and it's FREE
 
 
 

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