Monday, March 14, 2016

'The Mistress'

At the end of last year the present writer made an attempt to compare twentieth-century methods of mechanical reproduction with the twenty-first through work of itinerant rhizomath NdA.

Natalie d'Arbeloff has succeeded to illuminate art's publishing revolution in a way Mick's postcapitalist explanation failed to do, by transforming Knowledge Publications' mid-60's bookfolio project 'The Masters' ("The world's most complete gallery of painting") into a retrospective exhibition of (her)story in paint using an online photo book.

How and why Natalie succeeded in doing what 'The Masters' were unable to do fifty years ago, because of limited technology and old-fashioned social attitudes, is provided by rhizomistress at Blaugustine's Other Blog.


Natalie d'Arbeloff said...

Thank you Mike, my rhizomatic meter has just shot up to top grade. Me and the Old Masters are celebrating and I'm ordering a sequinned toga for when I join the gods up in Olympus.

Natalie d'Arbeloff said...

I thought I had already commented to say thanks, Mike! It gets so confusing on the internet, all these boxes, I get lost sometimes. So sorry I'm so late in saying I'm really chuffed by this post and by your always linguistically/imaginatively innovative support. Thank you, my friend.