Tag Archives: Jack Kerouac

Space and Time Unbound

When I was teaching at Cooper Union in the first year or two of the fifites, someone told me how I could get onto the unfinished New Jersey Turnpike. I took three students and drove from somewhere in the Meadows … Continue reading

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Western Highway – Anti-Art and The Mundane

In “Art and Objecthood” (1967), Michael Fried argues that if we stick to the old high standard of Art which has prevailed since the early Renaissance and the rise of Humanism, then Minimalism does not even qualify as Art. Rather, … Continue reading

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