In reply to: anything we produce is already stained with a glittering reproduction of itself. posted by Josh Decter on March 16, 1996 at 15:36:47:
>above: "The technological apparatus of media culture
>has found a home in our collectively
>diverse gene pools."
Chromosomes do not retain ANYTHING between
generations. If you're being metaphorical here
(I presume), can we address issues more clearly.
Every artist has the capacity to experience the
spontaneity and uniqueness of the creative process
IN ANY CULTURE OR AGE. The issue here is how
self-conscious you are about your own creative
process. Of course living in a media-saturated
age makes this more tricky, but...