Stupid Funny*

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  1. Joseph Hutchison
    Joseph Hutchison February 19, 2011 at 3:41 pm .

    Even the sentence you quote makes no sense to me, because "available language" is so broad as to be meaningless. I think it was the photographer Paul Strand who said that "all light is available light." Well, all language is available language. So what? Does that fact release the artist from having to do something original with the language? (I know—what's original?

  2. Jim Murdoch
    Jim Murdoch February 19, 2011 at 10:27 am .

    I&#39;m working on a post about flarf at the moment and I include a few quotes from this guy although I don&#39;t tackle the issues that the conceptualists have with the flarfists (another day maybe) but the only thing I could find that makes any sense is this quote: &quot;With so much available language, does anyone really need to write more? Instead, let’s just process what exists.&quot;<br /><

  3. Anonymous
    Anonymous February 19, 2011 at 2:14 am .

    check out Irene Gammel&#39;s : Baroness Elsa: Gender, DADA, and Everyday M O D E R N I T Y<br /><br />Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven found the original urinal in the street and took it over to Duchamp&#39;s studio<br /><br />she and he hung it on the wall it fell an shattered… Duchamp subsequently did the &quot;R.Mutt&quot; urinal as another piece..<br />and I think that the one in the

  4. vazambam
    vazambam February 18, 2011 at 7:27 pm .

    I have another question: If one follows Goldsmith&#39;s example i.e, to the nearest men&#39;s room, might not one find himself pissing his time away?

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