I am all about Art 2.0 which is really about applying the principles of Web 2.0, Stuckism and Kitsch( see Nerdrum) in a creative formula. The "2.0-ness" is not something new, but rather a fuller realization of the true potential of Art.
Jeremy Blake's innovative "time-based" paintings drew their inspiration, in part, from abstract films from the 1940's and 1950's including those of Oskar Fischinger but utilized technology to achieve incredible color transitions and other visual effects. Yet Blake was not a technologist; he was firml
Oskar Fischinger (1900-1967) embodied the modernist ideal of the maladaptive artist so well that a balanced evaluation of his work as filmmaker and painter depends on one’s ability to withhold automatic beatification based solely on his biography. Born and educated in Germany, exiled to Los Angeles