PETER HILL'S MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY IDEAS

Peter Hill

The Albury Wodonga Superfiction 1993

Collaboration Peter Hill and J.J. Voss (Photographer)

S U P E R F I C T I O N S


Rodney Glick

An Australian artist who has created a number of fictional worlds, often co-scripted by Perth, Western Australia, philosopher David Solomon. The Glick International Collection, and the invention of Klusian Philosophy 1989 was quickly followed by The Alice Black Theory of Emerging Art, and shortly after by his own interventions to the Venice and Sydney Biennale catalogues of1990 and 1993 respectively.

The following text from the catalogue notes to the exhibitionThe Alice Black Theory of Emerging Art s typical of the lytote and hyperbole employed by Glick, yet they are attributed to David Solomon. Odd.

"The Glick International Collection is honoured to be the custodian of The Alice Black Theory of Emerging Art and is proud to present the work for the first time to Australian audiences.

"Slowly, even the art world has been forced to take heed of Alice Black in accounting for the phenomenon of 'identical art'. We at The Glick International Collection are proud of the role that we have played in this awareness.

"Of course, our connection with Alice BlackKlusian Philosophy, but her work centres around the principle of Obscurement and the de-construction of the idea of "masterpiece", both of which were vital to the teachings of our spiritual and metaphysical guide Jean Bernard Klus (1879 - 1961).




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