Syllojism is a bi-weekly, culture, and philosophy challenge podcast on the edge of chaos.
CHALLENGE: Create an original work of visual art.
We invited artist and comedian Cas3y White to help explore the idea of evaluating subjective qualities of art. Casey loves injecting a bit of science into his art to make all kinds of monsters, just like the one he created when he told Brett he loved his painting.
I made a lot of stuff and was even accused of not properly completing the challenge. I make a lot of stuff, and share it with Brett and Cas3y, but it was too hot for prime time and can only be found in the bonus content, released every Thursday.
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Here are the works of art from which we are being judged:
Apparently, this was the work before Brett messed it up:
I mean. The winner is obvious.
2:08 Memeing the end of the world
6:33 The Vegan Hollowman - preview to next week’s challenge
8:54 Food and art: all works in progress
10:54 Food and art is politics and not political
15:12 The challenge
16:00 Brett’s work
17:50 Ideation vs execution
19:56 My process-folio (more of my work in bonus content)
22:08 Assessment of Amazon Estates
24:39 The weak and anemic blue pill
26:39 The Harmful Antisemitic Shoe Salesmen
30:38 Cas3y’s relativist assessment of Untitled Temporality
34:41 Brett’s consolation prize
36:44 Brett’s Clown Canon PROPELed by Gardner’s Processfolio evaluation
41:31 Production, Reflection, Perception - Gardner’s pseudoscientific idea of assessment
43:59 Scope and subjective perspective of judging art
47:00 Why Brett’s “apolitical” art is still political
50:48 The relative value of a Van Gogh Earlobe as compared to a Bob Ross Chia Pet
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To assess your Intrapersonal Intelligence, record your feelings and the surrounding context 3x/day for the next week! You can keep up with challenges in the Discord.