31 August 2010
Oliver Halsman Rosenberg
1. Where and how would you display your work in an ideal situation?
My 4th dimensional holographic spectral sound vibration installations would be visible in the sky, free for all to see and interact with.
2. If expository writing is good at elucidating and proving a point and
descriptive geometry gives us the tools by which to map objects in space
in relation to one another, what kind of an apparatus does art afford us?
What does art do best?
Art expands possible views of what you are capable of creating.
3. What can you expect from your audience/fans/viewing public? What would you
like them to know about your work?
I don't expect anything from my public. My work is for your grandparents and your grandchildren.
4. Marcel Duchamp said - "Enough with retinal art!" What is your reaction as an artist to this statement?
I know Marcel liked chess better. Of course each of us cannot expect to feel the results of visual art if we are more prone to dancing or mini golf. Art exists for all just as a flower.
5. Do you think that there is still room for art movements in today's
Art produced in a pluralistic climate is its own movement.
6. What is one question you wished we had asked you about your art? Please
feel free to answer it.
What does it feel like to surrender to divine inspiration? - There is no one there to experience it.