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  1. May 3, 2010 11:19 am

    For me, art and money making aren’t synonymous. Paul Rand is a good example of pop art but he seems to have a pretty big intellectual grasp on his work. Though I feel like his philosophy gets a bit muffed up with his practices, seeing as how those corporations which he has given his designs, logos, time to sometimes care more about profit then quality (ABC programming, the whole idea of the IPOD, ENRON speaks for itself…ETC) there is a place for everyone in this world, just don’t give it a name that it obviously doesn’t own up to.

  2. May 3, 2010 12:09 pm

    I definitely agree: I don’t think art and money are (or could be) synonymous. But is it possible for them to work together to create something beautiful? How, in your opinion, can art become more sincere and more open in this corporate city? Can it?

  3. May 3, 2010 3:37 pm

    If you act genuinely you will get a genuine reaction. Undoubtedly, you will have to take the corporate dick just to get your voice heard/taken seriously around here but, I don’t believe sole reliance on said companies (that will more than likely want to put their fingers in your proverbial pie) will make things happen or, possibly more importantly, grant you guys the kind of success you want. Make like the 60’s and integrate ^_^ there are dozens of local art factions & musical friends of mine itching to get there hands on some kind of incredible action & heart to heart community…time to dig deep ProxArt 🙂

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