Arts Blart and the British Vagina
Blart is an occasional feature in the vis-art section that captures a quick thought that applies to a single object. It has been devoted to a biblical murderess amid “the neutered aftershock of futurism,” to “craniopagus, a kind of facial fusion, which is very uncomfortable and extremely rare, though not unheard of,” to an American revolutionary murder victim and Charlie Brown, and now to Todd Simeone’s and Nietzsche’s “moment of ‘chance itself.’”
I named the feature Blart because I wanted the writing to feel like it had the rush of blurting to it, like someone was blurting something out about art.
Except that it appears that I did not invent the word Blart after all (such hubris), and in fact, that the word has several colorful uses in the land of the queen mum. Yes.