On today’s lecture, Andrew Slatter focused on a specific point from last term’s lecture by the librarian Vicky Falconer. We talked about authorship in a more profound way. There was missing a lot of people, and it is a shame due to amount of information we were given and introduced.
We talked about plenty of authors that had a name, they were famously recognised and everyone interested in art must know their names and their work. Those names made me ask myself who I was to the world and if my work had a reason to exist.
After the lunch break, with the reduced group, we started debating about why someone is recognised and how that person goes from being ‘no one’ and becomes an art reference to someone. What elevates that person to get to the other level? That level of recognition?
The second part of the class woke…
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