>>112690308>With the instant gratification of instant delivery, we’ve seen an accelerated desire to discuss, be satisfied and move on from it.>There’s a lot of collected thought that goes into art. Experience, meditation, desire. And any artist worth a damn has more than 1 thought to express on any given page. Certainly it’s possible an artist has nothing to say and just wants to shock or confuse you - and you’re welcome to think that about me or anyone you’d like - but even then, I believe there’s something to unearth from it. Why did the artist make those decisions? Did they achieve what they set out to do? What feeling does it give you? If you walk away and come back days or months or years later, do you interpret it any differently?>We produce images and sounds simply because they’ve never been seen or heard. We make sense of life by comparing it to the art of the past. And then we die, hopefully offering something of value to future humans.>Art gives us things we don’t expect. And it’s a shame that we have the impulse to categorize those things immediately, denying ourselves that bit of discovery. Scott Pilgrim didn’t explode onto the scene as a new version of its many influences. It could only have been made by one person, with their particular skillset and worldview, at a crucial moment in time.
Lmao she wrote about a fucking talking hipster car and this is how she feels about it