From guthrie, over at AtBC, we get this very interesting take on our little blog. The g-man has been one of our favoritest posters, so his thoughts intrigue us…
Are you not heading towards the idea that Dembski is doing street theatres?
The internet offers great potential for experiential art (I dont know, I’m just calling it that because I dont know any different, ok) by interaction. The aim would be to broaden and entertain the participants whilst calling into doubt their world model.
Or something like that.
Think of UDoJ as an example.
Wow. In all honesty, I have to say that I never really thought of this blog as serious art. I like his term “experiential art”, though. Really, he may be on to something. Are blogs like this one, or blogs in general really, “experiential art”? Do we broaden and entertain you participants? I certainly hope so. Do we make you think? I hope we do that, too. We certainly broaden and entertain ourselves. We cause ourselves to think about things we otherwise wouldn’t.
Wow, if we serve to broaden, entertain, and cause you to think too, then I guess there aren’t many better compliments that could be paid to us.
Sometimes we aim for one, sometimes the other. On occasion we even attempt to do all three. It is our collective hope that we succeed as often as possible.