Upon reading this, I thought to myself, "Here's one of the "original"
members of "The New Aesthetic."
I find myself trying to take an increasingly longer perspective of the
development of art "movements." Perhaps The New Aesthetic does represent
what has been a slow emergence of a response to the end of Post-post
Or maybe it really is just a way that the marketers have figured out how to
promote the next "new" thing.
If your first move is brilliant, youíre in trouble. You donít really know
how to follow it; youíre frightened of ruining it. So, to make a mess is a
good beginning. ó Brian Eno