From media review by Dr. Jerome Hausman
The Future of Art in a Digital Age: From Hellenistic to Hebraic Consciousness
This book offers an ecological perspective: “a deeper account of what art is doing, reformulating its meaning and purposes beyond the gallery system.”
Alexenberg offers special insights into the post-modern nature of the Talmud’s biblical consciousness as an open-ended living system. His argument is that the new paradigm of art must be of a structural and dynamic nature. Here, he quotes Allan Kaprow in urging a more “lifelike art.” This has profound implications for art education.