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    Subject: comment on tony feher's work
    Date: Oct 21, 2003
    Sender: Belinda VandermeerPrevious | Next

    Tony Feher has the wonderful ability to make us see our surroundings, surroundings that we take for granted, with fresh eyes. His work questions what we call valuable and what we call junk. In our society value is decided by use and availability. The more useless and scarce (eg a diamond ring) the more valuable. The more useful and available (eg a jar) the less valuable. Yet to see one of Feher's glass jars filled with water, interacting with the light is to see beauty. What then is valuable?

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  • Pretense Posturing as Art   from CL Taylor, Apr 7, 2002
  • Re: Pretense Posturing as Art   from , Nov 24, 2004
  • art can be...   from ed, Apr 9, 2002
  • i like very much his work   from gaelle nedelec, Jan 1, 2003
  • » comment on tony feher's work «   from Belinda Vandermeer, Oct 21, 2003
  • comment   from meme, Nov 24, 2004
  • design   from alan, Nov 24, 2004
  • tony fehr   from h k, Jan 28, 2006
  • Pretense Posturing as Art   from CL Taylor, Apr 7, 2002
  • Re: Pretense Posturing as Art   from , Nov 24, 2004
  • art can be...   from ed, Apr 9, 2002
  • i like very much his work   from gaelle nedelec, Jan 1, 2003
  • » comment on tony feher's work «   from Belinda Vandermeer, Oct 21, 2003
  • comment   from meme, Nov 24, 2004
  • design   from alan, Nov 24, 2004
  • tony fehr   from h k, Jan 28, 2006