The purpose of this site is to:
1) consider the impact of academic theory and institutional agency in support of the creative process, to investigate both historic and emerging practices and pedagogies poised to source and resource the educational collective. Please cite or embed the appropriate permalink when referencing content on rdquinn.com.
2) facilitate inquiries investigating acquisition, publication, contemporary criticism, marketing and exhibition documentation contributing to the contemporary discourse and the social dynamic as original evidence.
3) provide a platform to exercise ownership and explore distribution, ALL ARTISTS are welcome to apply for use of this site as a venue or project space extending challenges of this dialogue. If you are an artist, educator, curator, historian or critic, please direct inquiries to email@example.com per itinerate programming, terms of collaboration, limited representation and use of this site.
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"A free (person) thinks of death, least of all things, and (their) wisdom a meditation on life, not of death" - Baruch Spinoza, Ethics, IV.67 (this epitaph: sic erat scriptum - Learning to Die in the Anthropocene, 2015 by Roy Scranton) Correspondence : There persists a foreboding series of assumptions forced upon creative expression and interpretation courtesy of modern era royalties, rights and residuals; ironically, these forces seek to maintain a moratorium on all that is considered genius in a controlled space.
Does an aesthetic experience disrupt conceptual expression; are these appositionally reciprocal? – simulation #209