Posted by Nebojsa Djurovic (188.8.131.52) on June 12, 2003 at 17:44:19:
In Reply to: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for Publication of "Jaisini Gleitzeit Supermodernity" posted by gleitzeit on May 30, 2003 at 16:34:44:
Thank you so much for your kind words and support. Of course, I will
not remove my artworks and allow them to torture me.
I was thinking a lot about you last night. I still remain puzzled over
your work on Jaisini. It is almost like an excellent plot for a novel.
Hear how I envision the plot; ...A woman (excellent writer) creates her
new (male) identity and also creates an imaginary character, an ideal
painter. Than she writes vivid essays about the invisible paintings-the
paintings that ordinary viewers are craving for-archetypical pictures.
The description of the pictures are so good that every reader creates
his and/or her image of the invisible perfect paintings. She even
organizes the exhibition with real paintings displayed but visitors
reject the paintings and ask for her writings to be displayed instead.
The ultimate goal of any excellent writer-show and not tell, a perfect
picture without the picture. Of course, this is just my imagination.
I'm resending you info about my book. I do not know if the info reached
you in my last night's messages. Please note that this is the only
self-help art therapy book written from perspective of someone who
experienced the illness available on the market. And is very much
needed by the people in pain. I do kindly ask for your help to forward
the info to your friends from publishing world. I can assure you that
you will not regret it. I have a very good feeling about you, do not
know why since I've been played out so many times. Like you said in one
of your essays, artists are like kids.
I plan one of these days to send you my essay on invisible painting. It
seems that I've been caught up by the concepts. I only do not know if
my English will live up to the standards of art critic writing. Yet,
thank you for your compliments for my English command. And yes, do hope
you have had a nice meeting with your editor.
Please stay in touch.
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