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Christopher Stackhouse

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Heterogeneity is intriguing, as it regards experiencing works of art calls for a complex understanding of how taste and intellect both inform and often negate each other. The art one likes or doesn't like, thinks about, purchases, supports, creates, or chooses not to create all implicate many things.
Paradox has become more central to the poetics of art than metaphor, I think. When asked the frequent question what is the difference between art and craft, my heart tends to say that there is very little, though my reasoning says that the difference has to do with the level of "social engagement" which attends that what is deemed as Ďartisticí product. As an artist, I think like a writer, practice like a craftsman, often behave like a businessman, and ultimately attempt to temper a tendency toward the irrational. Beauty, always subjective, the want for it always rules. I am not very interested in changing that.
Christopher Stackhouse
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