CREATIVE INTERLOCUTORS – A MANIFESTO, BY CHARLES TRAUB

ART TODAY, REDEFlNED BY ITS RELATIONSHIP TO TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATlON, CHANGES BOTH ITS MEANING AND ITS MANY functions in the all-pervasive communications culture. Creative inspiration derives from many sources; we can no longer speak about imagery singly as art or design or communiation. It is no longer a question of film venus video or painting venus photography. We an only conceive of the postmodern image as a child of multimedia that reflects the spirit of our time, without hierarchies and authoritative voices. This vision marks a new generation of artists sensitive to a multitude of possibilities for exploration in a media-conscious sociery. The best of them, inventive and politically and socially aware, will serve as creative interlocutors of our culture….

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