Mr Farrell may think ghosts are figments
of the imagination, but millions of people across the world have seen ghosts, and that list includes Her Majesty the Queen, Prince Charles, Sting, and even several Presidents of the United States.
Expertly shot by Knut Klassen and edited by Marc Aschenbrenner as though the camera were Bock's body or Bock's eyes were the camera, these shimmering, visionary figments
of an unstoppable imagination are critical to the ongoing debate on how to read and remember live art's history while contributing to a performance idiom of the future.
Expensive and flamboyant architecture, fountains, decor, statues and so-called pieces of art are usually figments
of committee claptrap.
And while their production lines may have been only pretend, their wealth and power mere figments
of their imaginations, the lessons learned by the third- through sixth-graders couldn't be more real.
A few of the cutouts have fallen off and the semenlike stain of the glue ghosts the shape of a body: These men are figments
of the imagination but also the vestiges of the muscular frames that blossomed in '50s physical-culture magazines (a kind of protoporn) and returned with a steroid-fueled vengeance in the '80s, sublimation of the wasting body of AIDS.
A lot of (the hotels) are figments
of people's imaginations,'' Reiling said.
Somewhere between Brancusi-esque bases without their better halves and supertechnological "appliances" for a race of freaks, these freckly figments
seem neither purely aesthetic nor wholly functional: They linger somewhere uncomfortably in-between.
Although the roots of these figures go back to social-realist murals of Klansmen that Guston painted in the '30s, the hoods reborn in the late '60s seem less malevolent than quirky, even adorable, as figments
of his own character.
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In the recent offering, Nietzsche was the hero, set upon by what may be figments
of his own fantasy.