Body Theology

“It is something of a modern habit of thought (strange to say) to conceive of the soul — whether we believe in the soul or not — as a kind of magical essence or ethereal intelligence indwelling a body like a ghost in a machine. That is to say, we tend to imagine the relationContinue reading “Body Theology”

Notes on Style & Environment 1: Critique of Concrete Painting’s ‘Counter-Nature’

Harold Rosenberg says in his essay Criticism and Its Premises, found in the collected texts Art on the Edge, “Modern art is saturated with issues and ideologies that reflect the technological, political, social and cultural revolutions of the past one hundred years. Regardless of the degree to which the individual artist is conscious of theseContinue reading “Notes on Style & Environment 1: Critique of Concrete Painting’s ‘Counter-Nature’”