I just made some really hot video art. But I’m thinking it’s not really marketable - might be too far outside the “mainstream.”
How do I trick people into actually watching this stuff? Little help here, guys.
I’ve been reading about the art world lately, and I think I have to curate some kind of event and give away free alcohol. If everyone’s in the room together, maybe I could lock the door and they won’t realize it?
Yo, how do I make money on my work? Can I sell copies of this .mov file I’ve got on my laptop??? Hit me up.
PS. Does anyone have Pepsi’s email address? My friend told me they get involved with the local community/supporting the arts/etc. every now and then.
I’m a big fan of the arts and also “supporting the arts.” I like to contribute to my community through a visual medium, specifically through the use of fashion. I need to make a splash through provocative artistic statements printed on tees. I need to express how i feel.
I’ve been working on a series of really hot t-shirt designs lately. They’re going to be edgy and they’ll get people talking. I need to react to my environment artistically. Kevin Barnes is my inspiration during these tough times.
I need to be an artist. I need to unveil my designs!
Cory Arcangel (born 1978) is a digital artist who lives and works in Brooklyn. His work is concerned with the relationship between technology and culture, and with media appropriation.
I need to “remix our culture” and be more subliminal
I need to make an anti-presentation
I need to gain the affection of the art world and its female voices.
One day I will give the introduction to an artist’s presentation. One day I will ask the probing questions that “need to be asked.” One day I will edit the wikipedia entry for digital artist with a certain ‘gravitas’ that hasn’t been seen in quite a long time.