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the series 6-research program contains the research programs of the defence and prosecution. these are based on a numerous decisions, which provide a powerful knowledge base

the research program is expanding with the number of decision made. does this show that meaning is constantly deferred?

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trouble with the point undecidability is eventually it will be wrapped up by time and enclosed by pattern of base knowledge

oxford dictionary definition of fraud: criminal deception, dishonest trick; impostor

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the series 6-research program demands you to make a decision, be active and show your intention

figures running out of picture, could be a loose sign of running from a decision

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the day-by-day notes can either represent the days of the trail or the days of the crime

derrida’s idea of supplement important

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everything is a decision, we make decisions using base knowledge

induction means we can never be 100 percent certain about the future. instead we make a leap of faith, a decision about the future. our base knowledge allows us to make some excellent guesses as to what is going to happen

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deduction involves making patterns of what has happened in the past

everything that is thought comes under constant attack by decisions. we have the ability to decide what we as individuals think about any new thought, fact or theory

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wittgenstein wrote: the world is everything that is the case. what is the case? is it the decision?

visual art is a research program containing visual decisions, it is the art history-research program? philosophy is a research program containing philosophical decisions, it is the philosophy-research program? can you demarcate between these research programs

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to separate research programs completely is a very difficult task, as one research program is always mixed with another research program in a complex way. when we write we have glimpses of the things we are writing, “our minds eye� is never black; there is always a fragment of colour or sound in there. this is also true for images, you can never look at images only, there is always an element of text or speech

the point of undecidability (or making a decision) is singular, when we interpret the decision then it become dualistic or binary pair

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the best definition of art i can think of is: art involves decisions that pertain to the art historyresearch program

as a human beings, decisions define who we are. the exact decisions are impossible to nail down, they are too many in number and their structure is too complex

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not having certainty in a project is not a nihilistic, it means we have freedom of choice, we are not restrained by anything; decision-making is a free act

must look closer at the decision itself, we can only know the decision through its results. for example through art, writing, technology and mathematics etc‌

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new decisions can always be made about the art history-research program, decisions that involve what art is, what is its subject matter? and what are its goals? this leads to the horrifying conclusion that anything you can imagine is art. where does this leave the series 6-research program, what is it trying to achieve? the series 6-research program will never be complete, even if every visual combination is attempted (borges, library of babel). it does not matter what is decided it will always be art, a process that continues infinitely. is the series 6-research program existentialists in nature?

the future is not predictable to any large degree, to say what will happen or that everything has been created is naive.

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is it that the mechanics of the decision making process are stable, but the base knowledge that the decision operates on is changeable? in art, science or history it is the base knowledge that changes, not the process or mechanics of making the decision?

it is the base knowledge that gives each research program its subject matter?

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the important thing for art, science or history is breaking the pattern and exploring new ground. the point of undecidability is the point where the patterns of the base knowledge are at a breaking point

ultimately the series 6-research program must be structured in a way that ultimately leads to future decisions. all previous decisions provide a supplementary base knowledge for these future decisions

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this series 6-research program expands when more viewers get involved with the research program

the base knowledge of the series 6-research program is built by appropriating the contents of other research programs

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are some decisions bigger then others?

the most important thing to consider is decisions must be interpreted or analyzed from the point of view of its base knowledge. you must make a case and show the history of decision making process

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the art history-research program contains base knowledge or subject matter where anything goes. how can the art history research program break free and twist out of anything goes?

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in the art history-research program which includes realism to impressionism to fauvism to cubism to abstract expressionism etc‌ artists have made decisions that exploded the pattern of the base knowledge that had come before. van gogh was integral in the process that broke the pattern of impressionism and led to expressionism

does an artist have to be aware of the art history-research program to create art? could a person set up a rival art research program, with its own rules that are just as valid. can an artist push forward their work using previous decisions they have made, instead of pushing the pattern of the art history-research program. are these artist outsiders?

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could say that the best artists are those in the art history-research program as this contains the most decisions. can an outsider say “i am the best artist in my research program�? does the size of the research program matter; is damien hirst a better artist then an outsider? yes in the art history-research program, but no in the outsiders research program. it would be an ambitious plan to set up a rival research program to the art history-research program

it would be interesting to exhibit in weird places, like a courtroom, the white house a science laboratory or someone’s brain

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what does it mean to be a rival research program to the art history-research program? this program has a long history of decisions made. to be a rival one must acknowledge the art history-research program, even if it does not acknowledge outsiders

decision-making is creativity, twisting free of dualism, smashing the pattern of base knowledge

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creativity, pattern smashing is what the series 6-research program is trying to achieve. creativity appears in all research programs, including science, engineering, teaching, philosophy, art and history etc‌

the art history-research program, religion-research program and science-research program all contain decisions. are some decisions within those programs more important then others?

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by making a decision about the work, the viewer is breaking free, searching for the impossible.

blueprint for series 6-research program: start with day-by-day account of how everything is developed

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the day-by-day could be under the heading, “the search for subject matter”

the day-by-day keeps the series 6-research program expanding. the day-by-day will eventually grow into a painting and then…

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anitra hamilton: all artists build a base knowledge like you do, with text and images. the series 6-research program is very similar to my approach (anitra hamilton, exhibition beater where a defunct automobile covered in colourful tissue-paper pom-poms and converted into a festive piùata – complete with nacho chips, salsa and tequila- which blindfolded participants are invited to smash with sledgehammers)

steven stoner: the exterior of our artworks are very different. theoretically however you are right, it is a very difficult task to differentiate between us, we both seem to be searching for the singular moment or breaking the pattern of base knowledge. we both use the viewer, forcing them to participate in making a decision

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does the series 6-research program occur on the internet?

is the golden calf the search for subject matter

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radicalness of painting involves its being a decision, based on a base knowledge. painting is a decision that is open to a further decisions

although art does not physically expand in the gallery, it does however expand through other sources. for example reviews of the artwork in magazines or in online art sites increases it exposure to other viewers and their decisions, thus the overall artwork or research program expands it range or capability

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images, text, speech all subject to decisions, pushing the barrier, busting the pattern and attempting the impossible

to believe in god is faith, since the world is incomplete. faith requires that decisions be made constantly, our faith must constantly be tested. once one decision is made and faith shown, that decision must be left alone, we move on to the next decision and show faith. does constant testing of our faith strengthen our belief in god, in the art history-research programs, scienceresearch program or the history-research program?

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is painting guilty or not guilty of committing idolatry (that is breaking the second commandment)

golden calf, money as the object of worship, the golden calf of liberalism

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is nicolas poussin guilty or not guilty in breaking the second commandment? is the series 6research program guilty of breaking the second commandment?

is the series 6-research program guilty or not guilty of fraudulently representing poussin’s paintings?

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with each interpretation, new facts enter the research program, thus adding to the base knowledge. these new facts that enter are pattern busting, with new decisions being made

nicolas poussin (1594 – 1665) painting, the adoration of the golden calf represents a traditional biblical account of exodus 32

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is the series 6-research program an interpretation of nicolas poussin or is it a copy?

what is the relationship between the book of images and the actual paintings, why are some elevated from the book to a painting?

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the series 6-research program is the story of a group of people (the crowd) who create their own bible, icons and church with paintings in it. the story contains the growth of the religion, faith and belief structure. is the series 6-research program is a religion

is this book a bible? (definition of bible, christian scriptures; any authorative book)

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does the series 6-research program in an art space represent a church?

the crowd of people exhibit their icons or paintings in a church (art space)

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the crowd feel so strongly about these images, that they made them icons for worship

the crowd is fascinated with the search for subject matter and the expansion of their religion.

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the crowd search for freedom

the crowd shows that decisions are contextual and cannot be appropriated by other religions. so our religion must be taken in context

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the crowd wants to make a decision and feel that singular moment, to escape the dualism of life, to break the pattern and feel the god of the singular moment. all text and images are dualistic, between them however, the singular moment, a moment where breaking the pattern of base knowledge can occur

aim of the crowd is too find a god or twist free of dualism

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the bible of the series 6-research program could contain chapter 1: introduction: where and what was found, paintings, pyramids and bible chapter 2: bible: where it was found and its general contents. (the bible contains decisions) chapter 3: church: photographs of images in church, notes on how it was constructed chapter 4: inquisition: photographs of courtroom with images. chapter 5: pyramid: photograph of pyramid. decision used in the construction. chapter 6: conclusion: still more artefacts to find?

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god sees me, but i cannot see him. it is god secret, one which i am not privileged to know

god is a secret

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god requests us to pay our debt to his secret. god is the creditor, it is his secret, and we are indebted to his secret, we will never know completely if he is the creator. must we pay this debt to god? is this a faith-based economy?

the artwork holds a secret from the viewer, it is like a god to the viewer. the viewer cannot fully understand the interior of the artwork. the viewer can see the exterior of the painting but not the interior. there is an economy between the artwork and the viewer, the artwork is the creditor and the viewer is the debtor. the viewer must pay its debt to the artwork, she must be “good�, vigilant to try and believe in the artwork. the whole research program is driven forward on this economy

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the series 6-research program: the secrecy of art

an individual who examines art, is a believer, a follower who shows faith in the painting, they make a leap of faith by making decisions about the art

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why do art over philosophy or writing?

genesis 16:8 “where have you come from and where are you going?�

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abraham sacrificing isaac in genesis 22, this passage assumes abraham acts or can act independely of god. he is his own man, he makes his own decisions

every move we make is temporal, as soon as we write, type or create. we can be deconstructed

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are my inner thoughts, my secret, the space where i alone can think?

each individual inner thoughts are their own secret society or civilization. this society or civilization makes sense, perfect sense to them alone

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each of us is a research programs, this inner sanctum of decisions made

theory is never stable, it is always mutable, deconstructable. why cannot society live by rules that are completely different and changeable, for example, why cannot abraham sacrifice his son?

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deconstruction can destroy a structure by using the structures own rules against itself

we exist within our mind, everything makes sense in our mind? (idealism) this idea is useless when applied outside ourselves to others

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every thought we have is temporal, a new decision must be made

a whole changeable world exists in my mind

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does this changeable world leads to freedom?

art is a consequence of decisions made

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does changeability stand opposite to the constant? are we in flux between these two poles?

if the world is changeable, then anything static or stable must change, including theory

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BELIEVE: ACCEPT AS TRUE; THINK; HAVE FAITH OR CONFIDENCE IN; TRUST WORD OF.

decide

BELIEVE: ACCEPT AS TRUE; THINK; HAVE FAITH OR CONFIDENCE IN; TRUST WORD OF.

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09.02.2008

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any thought i have must change, even though at one time it seemed stable

we must always be learning, will we never know all there is too know

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BELIEVE: ACCEPT AS TRUE; THINK; HAVE FAITH OR CONFIDENCE IN; TRUST WORD OF.

decide

BELIEVE: ACCEPT AS TRUE; THINK; HAVE FAITH OR CONFIDENCE IN; TRUST WORD OF.

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The book of practice-part v  

Indentifying the research program

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