I’ll miss it, but everything ends. Everything dies.
Zero Worship: Making Music About the End of Music
Gordon Moakes

“‘The end of art’ never meant a literal stop to paintings, sculptures, films, novels and all the rest; what was at issue was the formal innovation and historical significance of these mediums,” writes Hal Foster in his 2002 book ‘Design And Crime (And Other Diatribes). “For some time now art has not possessed… symbolic weightiness: today it seems divested not only of its role as a signpost to history but also of much regard to historicity. One might go further: contemporary art no longer seems ‘contemporary’.”

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