For what i’ve known up to now, all the pieces that we see by way of pictures, drawings, items or what we will see with our eyes can be called arts, just in several methods. While these ideas are a big a part of conceptual artwork’s historical past, this made me think of work I noticed recently in Boston at Gallery Kayafas: Daniel Ranalli’s snail drawings, in which he arranges the snails in a selected sample, images them, and then lets them go where they’ll, and images them once more.
If we’re to sidestep such an intrinsic division between conceptual art on the one hand, and other forms of art on the opposite, then theories concerned mainly with artwork that is not conceptual must make many important concessions with a view to incorporate the problematic case that conceptual artworks present.
I don’t suppose it is necessary to deal with which logical is illogical but my opinion is needs to be illogical as a result of it wasn’t have to specify, just throw the ideas in your minds and not matter if right or improper on the ideas on your artworks.
Because artistic course of tends to be given more weight …