[Tagging] craft= Proposal
k127 at gmx.de
Wed Aug 25 02:10:18 BST 2010
John! This craft proposal thread is most probably worth following,
discussing, and contributing.
But some of the folks out there (including myself) do not have the time
reading every post.
So if I wanted to even mute this thread in Thunderbird, which gladly
offers a specific feature, I'd fail. PLEASE kindly fix your Blackberry's
emails client configuration to respond _with a reference_ in order the
post is being filed within it's thread instead of open a new one.
I like the ability to mute threads, though I do not like to generally
put certain individuals on an ignore list. Please do not force me to do so.
On 25.08.2010 01:59, John F. Eldredge wrote:
> In English, particularly American English, "craft" is now mostly used to mean "handicraft": a decorative object, possibly but not necessarily useful, that is produced one at a time rather than mass-produced. The borderline between the more beautiful craft objects and fine art is sometimes a bit blurry.
> -------Original Email-------
> Subject :Re: [Tagging] craft= Proposal
> From :mailto:dieterdreist at gmail.com
> Date :Tue Aug 24 18:34:22 America/Chicago 2010
> 2010/8/24 Simon Ward<simon at bleah.co.uk>:
>> On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 02:28:53PM +0200, Simone Saviolo wrote:
>>> A sculptor (and an art gallery, often) ultimately hopes to sell his
>>> artwork. By that criterion, nothing would be cratfsmanship.
>> Heh, well, that probably goes for very many sculptors (and art
>> galleries), although it is possible that some are not obsessed with
>> money, take pride in their work, and present it for the pleasure of its
> IMHO art is not a craft. Crafts do produce something useful while art
> is mostly without the scope to be useful. It is more or less the
> definition of art to be "useless" ;-)
> Art is generally about meaning.
> Maybe you wanted to express handicraft (de:Kunsthandwerk)?
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