Posted by Tracy (220.127.116.11) on June 12, 2003 at 22:06:53:
In Reply to: Re: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for Publication of posted by tracy on June 12, 2003 at 22:06:22:
: : : CALLI find expression a means to an end. A way of keeping in touch with reality. This reality is only an interpretation of what one believes. I therefore can only perceive what Jaisini eludes to in my own light. If this affliction is real then it is most grievous. The spirit and not the form is what is important. Form is transitory at best. Sensuality on the animal level is not a form of expression but a device by which the species survive. On a higher level it becomes gratification. On the highest level it enters a whole new realm. At any rate, I wish to look beyond the mortal precepts.
: Any interpretation is a product of c circumstances and environment. Jaisini's work can only be viewed in the light of our own strengths and failings. Said views are transitory as our frame of mind changes. Case in point, my own views of life and death have changed dramatically due to my illness. These aspects have become more pronounced. The finer points of Jaisini's works become blurred and unimportant. This is not to say I can not appreciate those views but I must concentrate harded for them to have form. You have given me the gift of your insight. Few people realize how important the exchange is. Be forewarned that my part may be weak as best due to my failings.
jaisini's concepts are interesting. I wonder where his visual perceptions manifest. If we speak from the media then the world will truly end at the turn of the century. I believe that if you ponder the common man's vision then you will see that the end only comes upon death. A narrow outlook to be sure but one which is easily understood by most.
You give voice to an artist's images.
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