“THE MEDIUM IS THE MESSAGE – PART 1”

 

“Here my idea is to declare that art is the only possibility for evolution, the only possibility to change the situation in the world. But then you have to enlarge the idea of art to include the whole creativity. And if you do that, it follows logically that every living being is an artist – an artist in the sense that he can develop his own capacity. And therefore it’s necessary at first that society cares about the educational system, that equality of opportunity for self-realization is guaranteed”.

‘Joseph Beuys… Public Dialogue’ 1974
‘Joseph Beuys… Public Dialogue’ 1974, ‘Joseph Beuys in: Avalanche Newspaper,’ May 1974, p. 5-7; as quoted in Supporting Documents online, Beuys

“The medium is the message” is a phrase coined by Marshall McLuhan meaning that the form of a medium embeds itself in any message it would transmit or convey, creating a symbiotic relationship by which the medium influences how the message is perceived.

THE MEDIUM = TWITTER

THE MESSAGE = THE ARTISTS ARE IN CHARGE

TWEET 1 – “GEORGE THE SHARP OSBOURNE”

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TWEET 2 – “KOONS AND HIRST”

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TWEET 3 – “PRESENTS FOR DAVID”

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TWEET 4 – “BEAUTY SCHOOL DROP OUT”

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TWEET 5 –  “HERE LIES THE BEST OF BRITISH ART, APOLOGIES FOR THE INCONVENIENCE”

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TWEET 6 – “GARGANTUAN DAMIEN GAGOSIAN”

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TWEET 7 – “FASTBUCK”

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TWEET 8 – “THE IBIZA DIARIES”

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TWEET 9 – “COLOUR MAN”

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TWEET 10 – “JOLLY GEORGE”

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TWEET 11 – “CORBYN WHAT WAS DONE”

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TWEET 12 – “VIRTUAL REALITY REALITY”

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