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September 25, 2013


Filed under: stephen willats — Tags: — jherzlinger @ 7:13 am

I saw this artists work and was amazed at the thoughts behind it.  This is definitely an artist whose work you may argue the idea of what is art.  But when you read about him it makes sense.  I think it is always important to understand that art constitutes and makes up and takes on many forms.  just like peoples personalities.  Another amazing form ofexpression.

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Stephen Willats, born in 1943, is a British artist who lives and works in London, and initially studied on the influential ‘Ground Course’ at Ealing School of Art from 1962 to 1963. Since the 1960s, Willats’ projects have centred

on the relationships between individuals in society, often focusing on aspects of cognitive behaviour, the ways people encounter one another, how they reach agreement, and how they respond to their environment.

Willats combines his rich theoretical knowledge of cybernetics, learning theory, and interactive, self-organising systems with a desire to operate in the fabric of everyday reality. Taking place anywhere from institutional

galleries to tennis clubs and inner-city housing estates, his projects challenge the notion of art as a passive activity, transforming it into an agent of social change.

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