Monday, May 12, 2008

Gurgle, Gurgle, Gurgle, Gurgle

If you still had an attention span after braving the 351 pages of ads in last month's Artforum, you might have noticed a really interesting interview between Tim Griffin and Paco Underhill titled The Public Interest on page 352. It covers a range of ideas about influence, branding, consumption of art, and the blurring of traditional boundaries between types of art. "Commercial", "High", "Graphic-Design", etc.

I haven't dug around on any online databases to retrieve it for you yet. It is only available in April's print edition so far.

I would look harder but I am actually dog paddling as I type this. It has rained probably fifteen feet in the nation's capital.

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