Artists Glorify

Cliff, Seagull, and Sea Rocks by Minerva Cuevas

Artists glorify continually — they do nothing else — that is to say, all those conditions and things which have a reputation for being able to make man feel good or great, or intoxicated, or cheerful, or well and wise. These select things and conditions whose value for human happiness is considered settled and assured are the object of artists; they are always lying in wait to discover such things, and to draw them into the domain of art. I will say this: they

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Conscious Paradoxalism is collection of essays on Metamodern Aesthetics. The revolution of the Renaissance gave rise to Academic normal art. The revolution of Modernism gave rise to Postmodern art, the new academic normal art. Metamodernism is the new revolution.

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Troy Camplin

Troy Camplin

I am the author of “Diaphysics” and the novel “Hear the Screams of the Butterfly.” I am a consultant, poet, playwright, novelist, and interdisciplinary scholar.

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