Category Archives: Heraclitus

Australian artist Gordon Bennett (1955-2014) ends his polemic text ‘The Manifest Toe’ (which I am reading in the brilliant book on the artist Gordon Bennett: Be Polite published by Sternberg Press) by reflecting on the idea of the self as part of the artist’s investigation into his own Aboriginal heritage: The self remains relative, and […]

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“What looks like destruction is really just ‘disposal’, getting something out of sight and out of mind. It still is.” (Brad Inwood on Empedocles Fragment 18/DK 12)  Next week I will be going to Milan for the opening of the new William E. Jones exhibition at Galleria Raffaella Cortese. The exhibition presents works, in two […]

Today is the last day of the wonderful exhibition Fragments of an Unknowable Whole at the OSU Urban Arts Space, curated by Tim Smith.  This group show is not only a dizzying dose of eye-protein but it is also brain-tingling in its ambition, ostensibly exploring how artists actively engage in an ongoing questioning of the […]

I have recently returned from a whirlwind trip to Marfa, Texas – the home of the Chinati Foundation created by Donald Judd as a permanent site for his own work and that of, among others, Dan Flavin, John Chamberlain, David Rabinowitch and Ilya Kabakov. I am currently writing my next post about my visit, but […]