Re: common rules: rule-book version 1.00
|Subject||Re: common rules: rule-book version 1.00|
|Fromfirstname.lastname@example.org (Andy Wardley)|
|Date||Thu, 2 Apr 1998 07:03:39 GMT|
Bert Tanaka wrote: > In that same post, I hope that none of my comments were misconstrued > to be critical of the opinions of Andy Wardley, a flier although I > have never met, I greatly admire and respect.
Thanks Bert. No offence taken whatsoever.
> The thing that I really like about Andy's perspective is that he views > perfomances as audience oriented rather than necessarily flier > oriented.
A painting is just a painting until people look at it. Then it becomes a piece of art.
I don't want to spend hundreds of hours crafting a routine so that I can perform it in front of a panel of judges. I want the world to see what I've done and like it (or even hate it - as long as they feel something)
Then it becomes art and this artist becomes happy.