Quote of the Day



“When art abandons color, as it did in the nineteen seventies, it can only recede into the domain of abjection - into the protocols of language, history, and representation. The consequence of this […] is that all discussion of art under such régimes begins at a position of linguistic regress that renders invisible the complex dialogue between what we want to see and what we want to see represented.” (Dave Hickey, “Pontormo’s Rainbow”, found in Air Guitar; emphases in the original text)