The qNotq Theory raises the question, qHow can one be free from intellectual constraints?q It then gives a basic, elementary response and reasoning. This begs the question, qIs it correct?q You will not find the answer here. Instead, the book is an instruction manual/preparation guide/workbook for testing the qNotq Theory: a structure to bring together a group of 7 artists (from any medium) to create an art project of any kind (i.e. a series of paintings, sculptures, poems, photographs, a video, theater, dance, multi-media project, etc.) It is broken down into three phases: Constraints (X), Destruction (Adding Y to X), and Freedom. The group must experience Phase I together, in the format given. However, Phase II and III cannot be forced onto the group. They must choose to continue testing the theory. Last question: qIs freedom possible?q It is up to you to determine.A Mathematical Mistake Emiko Reni Lewis-Sanchez. X2 THOUGHTS AEIMQUY. AEIMQUY.BFJNRVZ.BFJNRVZ. YWUSQOMKIGECA.YWUSQOMKIGECA. BDFHJLNPRTVXZ.BDFHJLNPRTVXZ. ZXVTRPNLJHFDB.ZXVTRPNLJHFDB.
|Title||:||Instruction Manual for the "Not" Theory|
|Author||:||Emiko Reni Lewis-Sanchez|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2005-10-01|