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Posted by  Per Corell on May 23, 2003 at 13:08:00:

In Reply to:  Disturbed personality posted by Samir Fayaz on May 23, 2003 at 11:22:58:

Most cirtain just discussing or maneaging writing in a process with a specific goal ,can be as relevant than a sketch . I think that to "se" a structure by describing it in words will add some quality of the kind that make the difference between everyday and arts.
------- Arts is more than a social game, and the oublic is not the true artist ,beside describing a volume in words ,produce pictures in your mind, much more flexible than those pictures where you are in the frame yourself. Guess problem about creativity is, that with that you don't just is responsible to yourself but responsable to the future , and then it's no good idear to put your own vain on display.
-------- Guess that's one of the resons real artists often hide behind their works.
Im'e quite sure, that the best architecture proberly is described in words before being so in graphics, on the other hand arts is about "more" ; you are never in doubt when you envision true art, it is unique and is most often nice, but with real art you instantly know, that this ís somthing special and unique as with real art you can trust your instincs, it's real in it's ability to make you profit your minds.
Beside art is a serious thing, that shuld not be handled by anyone who just want focus on their own person, as arts must survive by it's quality. That's why talk is not enough.

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