Fred Ritchin in conversation with Lars Cuzner(Jonathan Worth)

Author Fred Ritchin in discussion with Conceptual Artist Lars Cuzner and Jonathan Worth.

We are listening to Fred Ritchin ( @icpphotog ) and @LarsCuzner join us and twt yr notes

Talking about the function of art , emotion of past and collect experience.

Amused that Ritchin @lcpphotog describes participation in lecture discussions as like a “jazz band”

[town] Bradley Stokes war memorial to people who hadn’t yet died in wars not yet happened  @LarsCuzner

Instead to build a future memorial because there was no one dead during the war .Emotion of the past .There is the new age society

Fascinated by concept of a future war memoral for a town. Erected without names of the fallen, but with space for names to be added

@larscruzner describes himself as a Swedish artist, whose work is based around expectation & exploring what expectations can create

anxiety make us easy to have common understanding.

Anxiety helps metanoia. This brings about fear that forces one to be the best. Get anxious!

Bring re-enactment to audience. the way that we want to represent of this misrepresentation, in order to create emotional response.

The imagination of events is always much stronger than the truth.

The Human Zoo that @LarsCuzner built  “Metanoia”

Anybody want to creat the human zoo should that tap something that had happen

Whenever you try to represent or reenact something that has already happened, disappointment is guaranteed

Imagination of that event is much stronger than actually engage in the creation

Every moment should be entire captured, each moment has its exist reason, even cause people’s fear emotion, it’s human nature.

Is intrigued by the concept of anxiety being a motivator of change as inferred by @Jonathan_Worth in @larscruzner ‘s work

The sense of immiment loss is a powerful emotion that drives forward LarsCruzen’s work.

the idea of preemptive its already exploited negatively,peparing for the worst, prepare for threat, the threat motivates the action.

We are currently experiencing a new age of anxiety; after the original 1950’s age of anxiety in the US this link holds more of the comments and the summary of individual perception of contributors but the whole audio runs for a while and the link is above…


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