26 February 2013

Refrigerator Art

Because I didn't post a picture last time, this week you get two. It's Art (note the capital!). Refrigerator Art, to be precise, because that is its locus. No, not its focus - what that is, I leave you to decide for yourself; just the locus - the place where it's at. Or where it was when I created it - Art is transient; it's all been moved around since then. Art is also in the eye of the Beholder. That's called Reader Response Criticism, or something. Probably something.

So here you are: one Poem, entitled "Midsummer Night's Ball":

Midsummer Night's Ball



And then, there's a Sculpture (note capital!). No, not a Sculpture really - an Arrangement? Oh, I know: it's a Visual Poem (note: TWO capitals!). It's entitled - ummm... how about "Untitled"? That means you can pick whatever title suits you. Go for it. (Incidentally, they're little bendable magnetic guys which I picked up at the San Francisco airport, in the SFMOMA gift shop. Aren't they cute?)

Untitled


Life, the Universe, and Refrigerator Art. Magnetising, ain't it.

7 comments:

  1. We've been cheated. The front of our refrigerator is spiffy looking brushed aluminum that is, unfortunately, not magnetic.

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    1. What?!? A non-magnetic fridge? Rip-off.

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  2. I love the little magnet dudes, and the "delicate chocolate petals". Sumptuous stuff, A!

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    1. Thank you. Sumptuousness is good. :)

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  3. I actually was counting syllables........your poem is almost a haiku. Love it! And cute little guys too - very artsy!

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    1. Well there you go - haiku happens. On fridges, no less.

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  4. Jeanne Eagels15/3/13 07:23

    Very creative, love the little guys:)

    Jeanne
    http://www.bergenrefrigeration.com

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