Yeah, and I can’t remember who it was that said that about art. That it’s better to describe art than it is to define it, and I feel it’s the same and I don’t know that there is any even a good description of it because it means so many different things to different people and I like this big umbrella term for art that includes all forms of writing, and music making, and entertainment, and craft and that kind of is this larger term that just defines… I guess no… I don’t even know how you would say that. I feel like even then I’ll bring myself down a path that’s too narrow that I don’t want to have had said, so… yeah, I think we will just start off as it as a means of creating a perceptional shift and we just leave it as that larger thing and the purpose for that perceptual shift is, I don’t know why, but that’s the perceptual shift created by a human (laughing) in order to achieve a different angle of seeing a scenario that is traditionally absorbed from one particular point of view. You are just kind of introducing that roundness. But, yeah it’s maybe a byproduct of critical thinking, I don’t know. I just defined art as a waste product of critical thinking (laughing). Maybe it’s the product or critical thinking, I don’t know.
I mean my favorite works are works that you can’t label or put into an existing box so that you would describe it, like I run netart.net and my favorite net art works are the ones that I can’t classify or categorize on that site. There are the works that exist in physical manifestations, in online manifestations and aren’t really that either. Those just kind of form like the greater concept that happens in your mind and it’s super exciting. Its something that couldn’t have happened in the past, just because we just didn’t have this access but it did with other media. I feel like what’s kind of happening with objects in fine art is something that could have always happened with writing and that writers were able to go directly from their brain to this text and then send it out to other people in a way that’s like, doesn’t exist, like the book doesn’t exist, the information in that book is what matters and I feel like we get to now do that with fine art, it’s like just send a file to a gallery that gets installed, it’s no longer like that file, it’s no one is the original, there is no original object and it’s really fascinating, it’s like a pure content transfer.