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Old 12-28-2012, 07:48 AM   #17
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Guardian Arts review:


The 'nothing' post by Hazzard

***** Five stars

This is nihilist internet-artist Hazzard at his subversive best. By writing nothing at all, he wittily invites us to consider the futlity of posting, as well as wryly commenting on the void at the centre of 21st century existence. And yet, at least for this reviewer, the work carries a subtle message of hope: as we project our own thoughts onto the blank canvas he provides, perhaps Hazzard is saying that each of us can ultimately find our own solution to our private existential dilemma.

Hazzard's post is on display at the Tate Modern until January 12th.
Funniest piece I've read in a while!
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