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Knowledge toolkits to goFri, 11 Oct 2013 21:10:11 +0000hourly1http://wordpress.org/?v=3.6.1By: Perry Vasquez
Perry VasquezMon, 19 Dec 2011 21:11:36 +0000http://agitpropspace.org/?p=1637#comment-1887Tony,
Glad you enjoyed the essay. SInce I am allergic to religion it took examples set by artists to show me the value of Zen mind. I feel lucky to have lived in the shadows of these great masters and the movements they participated in.
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Tony AllardMon, 19 Dec 2011 19:07:39 +0000http://agitpropspace.org/?p=1637#comment-1886Just got off the meditation pillow (a contradiction, I know) and read your article. For a very long time I have been interested in blurring the boundary between art and life and meditation has, along with a healthy dose of the poetic-irrational, opened up just such a blurry, liminal space and time. It is not easy these days to maintain one’s feet on the ground, solidly here in a heavily mediated reality, but it can be done. Thanks for the excellent reminder of Cage, Kaprow, Fluxus, Dada, et.al., who took a huge step across the ocean and into the east.
chandaFri, 20 May 2011 04:33:50 +0000http://agitpropspace.org/?p=1637#comment-959Check out “Buddhism and the Neo Avant Garde” essay in the catalogue for the Guggenheim’s _The Third Mind_ show. You’ll probably appreciate it. Also _Felt: Joseph Beuys, Fluxus and the Dalai Lama_.
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Perry VasquezTue, 17 May 2011 20:14:21 +0000http://agitpropspace.org/?p=1637#comment-929For those who are interested in this topic I have another recommendation:
Smile of the Buddha: Eastern Philosophy And Western Art From Monet To Today by Jacquelynn Baas.