what is this sordid semiotic smish smash bounce?
It is Oli Goldsmith and Yoni Newman returning after myriad 10,000 things to collaborative writing / experimental dialogue in the tradition of their none selling immortal classic ‘The Moral of the Story’ –
only differences being it isn’t that, they are sad strangers from each other from youthful art making without non causes or special suits, at time of this writing Yoni knows non of this which too is different.
Yet we focus much too much on difference and not on gentrification and other g words that are goldsmith and great, god, grocery store, gobstoppers, granules, gore, guts, and indeed the best of the worst – glory.
Still non of those are the key essence just stuff things like professors use to excuse earning a salary and writing nothing but a lot of quail about all the live long day.
Here we cut to the chase, as zen master with sharp and deep darma roots waste no such inefficiencies in telling you what is new and different and exciting for the something maybe.
imagine this – a story – written in the language of words but by not one but two authors.
but online, written back and forth and in between in a public format for the none to follow along and thanks to high speed super web fibre the medium of text delights none or two readers across the everywhere in 2 blinks of a fishes tail. Thats the plan and the suspense bit is how there is no guarantees – non but that harsh jabberwocky kali destroyer of turtles and newts and fruits known as change and flux and many other words. a senseless medium due to them being god says some bibles but they don’t rely on sources, citations amazingly or plucked from the eternal desert winds of these two masters of the eternal desert winds of citation and maybe some other things (though that would be not good to admit – its all for the children – yes, the children and the nothing in the never-ending riddle of how these were big strong hands.
Rust and costumes and all manner of debris club the flow of moon rippling with its pond in japnese garden in night. These ensure awkward even badness at start until it goes better then becomes the next hot foodstuff that saves the hungry – a noble goal yet timelessness has ensured they have been fed and no book will not write itself starting hereabouts now. if oil can track down the yoni and tell hi it is his turn and the he must do better (remind him the first few pages were a bit meh in the moral of the original – so go easy on the oli’s not up to par bits so far.
a no-where ago in a university that wasn’t there didn’t have anything to talk about due to style of enlightenment – thankfully there are some plots and people our main characters amongst them not enjoying the nothingness of everything due to not being now and never yet visiting the Ekhart Tolle workshop – not yet just the audiobooks (if you can find the rare bootlegged buddha original tapes i hear they are much more signal and less noise – but noise is art and so we start.
The Family Rodent in Sim Samsara Oli Goldsmith and his many Families Rodent jointly welcome you to the ‘from now on’ official ‘pseudo imaginary world’ encompassing the entire body of #oligoldsmithart – know throughout myriad phases and rotations of the strange-loops, as the realm of: SimSamsara Reached via antiquated Parrot-Brail Code while visiting himself as Sam and Sara, the Artist […]
I like this Robert Rauschenberg quote regarding the explosion of “art theory” in its many forms – he having not paid a whole lot of consideration to such until (or I expect after). “moving on to theory and its possibilities was like being handed a ghost bouquet of flowers” It is a topic where I’ve […]
This special 2016, first ever Oli ART Bucket – “Maybe It’s Jargon” is a limited edition collection of recent works in both 2D and 3D. A total of 20 signed and numbered 6″x6″ limited edition prints are included – all of which are brand-new 2016 artworks. 10 are traditional archival pigment-ink on fine-art rag paper. Signed and […]
Jerusalem by Alan Moore truly is an epic tapestry of rare beauty and skilled craftsmanship. A ‘Philosopher’s Toroid’ in Joyce’s Wake.
Hi there, this is that artist formally known as Oli Goldsmith (indeed most of the time I am still known by Oli Goldsmith and don’t expect any dramatic changes to that situation any time too soon). If you used to know me and/or my work – you may have wondered at some point in what […]