“Margaret Kilgallen Pilgrimage Aspen Art Museum” — Knowing By Making — Week 04 — Maranasati


all right so welcome to knowing by
waking making before I throw my shades on kind of bright so yeah so welcome to
annoying by making week for out here in the backcountry and I want to think I’m
realizing that there’s a chance that art might be as hard to access as it is to
get out here into the backcountry this week we’re gonna explore an artist hero we’ll talk about that later but I I feel
like the effort that it takes to access art it’s something to be noted so I guess the question that I ask is
skiing a metaphor for art maybe skiing and art are metaphors for each other on
some level I’m not sure primitive exclusive ah man why can’t I get these skis to
work I’m beat get me back to civilization please so how is this like
art well try try try again I guess what’s you it’s life or death once you
fall off the edge of the cliff you’re gone huh I just can’t get an edge on
these a pilgrimage a long journey to some
sacred place as an act of devotion an unconfirmed relic what is gained to behold a relic relics of an experience
other a highly romanticized moment in time does it matter
does it contain utility all right we made it man it will always be imperfect because it’s
hendon it will always be imperfect because it’s human it will always be
imperfect because it’s human it will always be imperfect because it’s human if I’m doing really big letters and I
spend a lot of time going over in the line and over the line
trying to make it straight I’ll never be able to make it straighter from a
distance it might look straight but when you get close up you can always see the
line waver and I think that’s that’s where the beauty is I’m always be imperfect because it’s
human you’ll always be imperfect because it’s
human it will always be imperfect because it’s human it will always be
imperfect because it’s human it will always be imperfect because it’s human
it will always be imperfect because human will always be imperfect because if I’m doing really big letters and I
spend a lot of time going over on the line and over the line trying to make it
straight I’ll never be able to make it stretch my distance it might look
straight but when you get close up you can always do one waiver and I buy the
best that’s where the beauties always be imperfect because always always be imperfect because if I’m doing
really big letters and I spend a lot of time going over on the line over the
line trying to make it straight I’ll never be able to make it straight from a
distance it might look straight but when you get close up you can always see the
line waver and I think that’s that’s where the beauty is the lightness of the darkness brings
happiness but she died 33 years old faint memory joy layered colors you buy
the art you pay the cost the pilgrimage is complete the money is on the walls
like some sort of joyful nostalgia I was there

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