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casil403
06-29-2011, 12:03 AM
From PetaPixel-An integral part of being a respectable artist is to have your artist statement be so confusing that you canít even decipher what it means. If coming up with one of these statements requires more time or brainpower than you have on hand, then check out Instant Artist Statement, an online generator that authors a perfect statement on your behalf for you to paste all over your website, exhibitions, and portfolios.

Instant artist statement: Arty Bollocks Generator (http://10k.aneventapart.com/Uploads/262/#)

Here's what came up when I hit the button! :lol:
"Lisa's work explores the relationship between postmodern discourse and emotional memories.
With influences as diverse as Blake and John Cage, new tensions are generated from both explicit and implicit meanings.
Ever since I was a teenager I have been fascinated by the traditional understanding of the human condition. What starts out as hope soon becomes debased into a tragedy of power, leaving only a sense of chaos and the possibility of a new beginning.
As shifting forms become frozen through boundaried and personal practice, the viewer is left with an impression of the possibilities of our future."

AcadieLibre
06-29-2011, 04:23 PM
LOL, this is what was spewed out for me,

My work explores the relationship between the tyranny of ageing and urban spaces.
With influences as diverse as Wittgenstein and Roy Lichtenstein, new tensions are crafted from both explicit and implicit layers.
Ever since I was a student I have been fascinated by the ephemeral nature of the human condition. What starts out as vision soon becomes debased into a hegemony of temptation, leaving only a sense of chaos and the inevitability of a new synthesis.
As temporal impressions become clarified through diligent and personal practice, the viewer is left with a glimpse of the limits of our condition

Bambi
06-29-2011, 08:15 PM
EXCELLENT!! I have to write one of these so I gave it a go. :

My work explores the relationship between the body and recycling culture.
With influences as diverse as Kierkegaard and Francis Bacon, new tensions are generated from both traditional and modern layers.
Ever since I was a student I have been fascinated by the traditional understanding of the mind. What starts out as vision soon becomes corrupted into a cacophony of temptation, leaving only a sense of what could have been and the inevitability of a new understanding.
As spatial forms become transformed through emergent and critical practice, the viewer is left with a statement of the inaccuracies of our condition.