20 4 / 2014

"I am totally willing to support what seems like a legitimate artistic endeavor. I edit an invisible poetry journal. YOUR essay was really very visual. Interactive paintings in the eye of the beholder. How I perceive and how you - entirely different or the same? I am looking forward to more paintings of my mind’s creation."

"I am looking forward to more paintings of my mind’s creation." (via paul-jaisini-gleitzeit)

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20 4 / 2014

gleitzeit:

kitty, window, night on We Heart It.

gleitzeit:

kitty, window, night on We Heart It.

20 4 / 2014

paul-jaisini-gleitzeit:

#homagetopauljaisini  this what I see written on the picture “Image manipulation of Paul Jaisini by Stelly, Remodernist, the members of the international GIG.

paul-jaisini-gleitzeit:

#homagetopauljaisini  this what I see written on the picture “Image manipulation of Paul Jaisini by Stelly, Remodernist, the members of the international GIG.

(via jaisini)

20 4 / 2014

paul-jaisini-gleitzeit:

"I have to go now!" Booba added."What about the picture that will make me famous! You didn’t say nothing!" shouted the artist. He jumped towards the parrot who took off the the.. ( ) tail, but the glowing guest managed to escape. "Hey, what about my painting… ( ) In a few seconds, the parrot was lost among stars. |"Oh, my dear Cobalt!" The artist walked over to the cat and te.. ( ) "What has that lousy bird done to you?" The quite, stuffed version of the cat blinked drops of tears."No, don’t cry, my little friend, I will never leave you." The artist ( ) In the morning, loud purring woke him up. When opening his eyes, the ( ) normally looking, without any changes. The artist sighed with great relief. ( ) "had a funny dream about you." The artist chuckled, "You were a stuffed ( ) artist fed the cat. He walked to the blank canvas with a gloomy expression ( ) he lit a pipe to smoke, he caught a sight of a beautiful reflection. It ( )
 © Midnight guest

paul-jaisini-gleitzeit:

"I have to go now!" Booba added.
"What about the picture that will make me famous! You didn’t say nothing!" shouted the artist. He jumped towards the parrot who took off the the.. ( ) tail, but the glowing guest managed to escape. "Hey, what about my painting… ( ) In a few seconds, the parrot was lost among stars. |
"Oh, my dear Cobalt!" The artist walked over to the cat and te.. ( ) "What has that lousy bird done to you?" The quite, stuffed version of the cat blinked drops of tears.
"No, don’t cry, my little friend, I will never leave you." The artist ( ) In the morning, loud purring woke him up. When opening his eyes, the ( ) normally looking, without any changes. The artist sighed with great relief. ( ) "had a funny dream about you." The artist chuckled, "You were a stuffed ( ) artist fed the cat. He walked to the blank canvas with a gloomy expression ( ) he lit a pipe to smoke, he caught a sight of a beautiful reflection. It ( )

 © Midnight guest

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20 4 / 2014

paul-jaisini-gleitzeit:

"I have to go now!" Booba added."What about the picture that will make me famous! You didn’t say nothing!" shouted the artist. He jumped towards the parrot who took off the the.. ( ) tail, but the glowing guest managed to escape. "Hey, what about my painting… ( ) In a few seconds, the parrot was lost among stars. |"Oh, my dear Cobalt!" The artist walked over to the cat and te.. ( ) "What has that lousy bird done to you?" The quite, stuffed version of the cat blinked drops of tears."No, don’t cry, my little friend, I will never leave you." The artist ( ) In the morning, loud purring woke him up. When opening his eyes, the ( ) normally looking, without any changes. The artist sighed with great relief. ( ) "had a funny dream about you." The artist chuckled, "You were a stuffed ( ) artist fed the cat. He walked to the blank canvas with a gloomy expression ( ) he lit a pipe to smoke, he caught a sight of a beautiful reflection. It ( )
 © Midnight guest

paul-jaisini-gleitzeit:

"I have to go now!" Booba added.
"What about the picture that will make me famous! You didn’t say nothing!" shouted the artist. He jumped towards the parrot who took off the the.. ( ) tail, but the glowing guest managed to escape. "Hey, what about my painting… ( ) In a few seconds, the parrot was lost among stars. |
"Oh, my dear Cobalt!" The artist walked over to the cat and te.. ( ) "What has that lousy bird done to you?" The quite, stuffed version of the cat blinked drops of tears.
"No, don’t cry, my little friend, I will never leave you." The artist ( ) In the morning, loud purring woke him up. When opening his eyes, the ( ) normally looking, without any changes. The artist sighed with great relief. ( ) "had a funny dream about you." The artist chuckled, "You were a stuffed ( ) artist fed the cat. He walked to the blank canvas with a gloomy expression ( ) he lit a pipe to smoke, he caught a sight of a beautiful reflection. It ( )

 © Midnight guest

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20 4 / 2014

gleitzeit:

here’s no point in that because it’s so personal no one would understand and people would call me crazy and stuff. it’s very deep (no pun) and requires people to have a mind as open as possible, open to the max. I haven’t met a person like that yet so there is no point in me trying to explain because everyone is the same. these are very visual works as you can see, I try to make them as visual as possible to minimize the verbal nonsense. it is what it is, water, female figures, floating elegance, this isn’t rocket science; I don’t create things at such a scientific level of needing to explain them in minute detail or at all. the way a person interprets art or wants to interpret it is EXACTLY what it’s about, how it was designed to be, the viewers make art out of art, not the artists 
 

gleitzeit:

here’s no point in that because it’s so personal no one would understand and people would call me crazy and stuff. it’s very deep (no pun) and requires people to have a mind as open as possible, open to the max. I haven’t met a person like that yet so there is no point in me trying to explain because everyone is the same. these are very visual works as you can see, I try to make them as visual as possible to minimize the verbal nonsense. it is what it is, water, female figures, floating elegance, this isn’t rocket science; I don’t create things at such a scientific level of needing to explain them in minute detail or at all. the way a person interprets art or wants to interpret it is EXACTLY what it’s about, how it was designed to be, the viewers make art out of art, not the artists 

 

(via jaisini)

20 4 / 2014

paul-jaisini-gleitzeit:

Date: 12/10/99
From: kruller@Princeton.EDU (Kruller Magazine) 
Dear Mr. Kotz-Gottlieb—
We would be failing our obligations as artists by not replying to your message. if indeed this isn’t a joke, we strongly disagree with the entire idea of ‘Gleitzeit’ art/ The description fails to say anything concrete; it  is a laundry list of glittering generalities. Instead it merely serves to make what ought to be a fundamental ground-rule of ANY type of art—that there is two-way communication between the artist and the spectator— and makes it complicated and inaccessible to the vast majority of the spectators—the human race—to which art ought to be aimed. Last any of us checked, “pattern of line” was a given in visual art; it is something taught in 9th grade art classes and it does not need a fancy German name. The entire mission of Kruller was to call for a general removal of such pretense in the arts community, starting with how literature was treated at our university, Indeed, it is our firm belief that artistic theory for its own sake, where the theory itself seeks to be some sort of work of art, is needlessly complex and ultimately selfish; to make art which is only accessible to academics is not to make ART at all. It is an academic exercise, and nothing more.
We do not wish to be antagonistic, but merely engaging; it is only through such engagement that intellectual progress is actually made. We hope that you are not offended, and rather that you understand that we would be sacrificing our principles were we not to respond in this situation. Sincerely yours, The editors of Kruller Princeton University

paul-jaisini-gleitzeit:

Date: 12/10/99

From: kruller@Princeton.EDU (Kruller Magazine) 

Dear Mr. Kotz-Gottlieb—

We would be failing our obligations as artists by not replying to your message. if indeed this isn’t a joke, we strongly disagree with the entire idea of ‘Gleitzeit’ art/ The description fails to say anything concrete; it  is a laundry list of glittering generalities. Instead it merely serves to make what ought to be a fundamental ground-rule of ANY type of art—that there is two-way communication between the artist and the spectator— and makes it complicated and inaccessible to the vast majority of the spectators—the human race—to which art ought to be aimed. Last any of us checked, “pattern of line” was a given in visual art; it is something taught in 9th grade art classes and it does not need a fancy German name. The entire mission of Kruller was to call for a general removal of such pretense in the arts community, starting with how literature was treated at our university, Indeed, it is our firm belief that artistic theory for its own sake, where the theory itself seeks to be some sort of work of art, is needlessly complex and ultimately selfish; to make art which is only accessible to academics is not to make ART at all. It is an academic exercise, and nothing more.

We do not wish to be antagonistic, but merely engaging; it is only through such engagement that intellectual progress is actually made. We hope that you are not offended, and rather that you understand that we would be sacrificing our principles were we not to respond in this situation. Sincerely yours, The editors of Kruller Princeton University

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20 4 / 2014

paul-jaisini-gleitzeit:

Paul Jaisini Invisible Paintings 1994-2014 Anniversary Celebration #homagetopauljaisini @jais1ni @s1dbee @ellenykg

paul-jaisini-gleitzeit:

Paul Jaisini Invisible Paintings 1994-2014 Anniversary Celebration #homagetopauljaisini @jais1ni @s1dbee @ellenykg

(via gleitzeit)

19 4 / 2014

gleitzeit:

@s1dbee jais1ni @jais1i @ellenykg #homagetopauljaisini invisible painting anniversary celebration 1994-2014

gleitzeit:

@s1dbee jais1ni @jais1i @ellenykg #homagetopauljaisini invisible painting anniversary celebration 1994-2014

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19 4 / 2014

jaisininvisibleart:

image

Don’t be mad at me… I’m just finished my beautiful invisible painting .I ‘m so dirty /paint all over/ . If u can c it let me know what can u c in it?

Sebastian the other side

Jaisini I like this album of Pink…;)

Sebastian Pink is pretty.

 

Imanuel Kant “Every deep thinker is more afraid of being understood than of being misunderstood.” 
― Friedrich Nietzsche

Marlene Picard will the real Paul sit down?

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19 4 / 2014

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19 4 / 2014

invisiblefun:

life on Mars 
invisible mark

invisiblefun:

life on Mars 

invisible mark

(via gleitzeit)

19 4 / 2014

gleitzeit:

gif version Deflowering by Stelly Riesling gleitzeit copyrght Stelly RIesling New York 2014

gleitzeit:

gif version Deflowering by Stelly Riesling gleitzeit copyrght Stelly RIesling New York 2014

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19 4 / 2014

19 4 / 2014

paul-jaisini-gleitzeit:

Date: 12/10/99
From: kruller@Princeton.EDU (Kruller Magazine) 
Dear Mr. Kotz-Gottlieb—
We would be failing our obligations as artists by not replying to your message. if indeed this isn’t a joke, we strongly disagree with the entire idea of ‘Gleitzeit’ art/ The description fails to say anything concrete; it  is a laundry list of glittering generalities. Instead it merely serves to make what ought to be a fundamental ground-rule of ANY type of art—that there is two-way communication between the artist and the spectator— and makes it complicated and inaccessible to the vast majority of the spectators—the human race—to which art ought to be aimed. Last any of us checked, “pattern of line” was a given in visual art; it is something taught in 9th grade art classes and it does not need a fancy German name. The entire mission of Kruller was to call for a general removal of such pretense in the arts community, starting with how literature was treated at our university, Indeed, it is our firm belief that artistic theory for its own sake, where the theory itself seeks to be some sort of work of art, is needlessly complex and ultimately selfish; to make art which is only accessible to academics is not to make ART at all. It is an academic exercise, and nothing more.
We do not wish to be antagonistic, but merely engaging; it is only through such engagement that intellectual progress is actually made. We hope that you are not offended, and rather that you understand that we would be sacrificing our principles were we not to respond in this situation. Sincerely yours, The editors of Kruller Princeton University

paul-jaisini-gleitzeit:

Date: 12/10/99

From: kruller@Princeton.EDU (Kruller Magazine) 

Dear Mr. Kotz-Gottlieb—

We would be failing our obligations as artists by not replying to your message. if indeed this isn’t a joke, we strongly disagree with the entire idea of ‘Gleitzeit’ art/ The description fails to say anything concrete; it  is a laundry list of glittering generalities. Instead it merely serves to make what ought to be a fundamental ground-rule of ANY type of art—that there is two-way communication between the artist and the spectator— and makes it complicated and inaccessible to the vast majority of the spectators—the human race—to which art ought to be aimed. Last any of us checked, “pattern of line” was a given in visual art; it is something taught in 9th grade art classes and it does not need a fancy German name. The entire mission of Kruller was to call for a general removal of such pretense in the arts community, starting with how literature was treated at our university, Indeed, it is our firm belief that artistic theory for its own sake, where the theory itself seeks to be some sort of work of art, is needlessly complex and ultimately selfish; to make art which is only accessible to academics is not to make ART at all. It is an academic exercise, and nothing more.

We do not wish to be antagonistic, but merely engaging; it is only through such engagement that intellectual progress is actually made. We hope that you are not offended, and rather that you understand that we would be sacrificing our principles were we not to respond in this situation. Sincerely yours, The editors of Kruller Princeton University

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