The Performance of Contemporary Art [Part 2] by Adam MacHose

In part one, I wrote about a theme that has emerged in this column of the mercurial nature of artistic quality. i.e. one day this is good art; the next day that is good art. Even the eye of the beholder is fickle. I continued by identifying some trends among the professional artist community. In general, the traits listed were those of non-conformists because conformity is antithetical to individualistic creation. If one is expressing oneself, then one is not marching in formation. Expression of truth is inevitable because the human animal is not strong enough to suppress it indefinitely. Even a … Continue reading The Performance of Contemporary Art [Part 2] by Adam MacHose