Ivins – &

what matters has always been disputed. Photography hasn’t solved the long running fundamentalist positions.

A short slide set of early thinkers’ attempt to tease out the hidden source from beneath the fabric of art.

the theory part, the finding your meaning, building your dictionary, your support structures is much harder to learn, build, hold, than is all the craft skill you occupy yourself with —

using the pencil is harder than sharpening it

readings … PPE

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