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  1. In terms of re-tred fashion…I think of it more of term of collage, which is a valid art from. Object A can create an emotional response. Object B can create an emotional response. But putting A next to B creates a third distinct emotional response.

    I think of the old mix tapes I use to make (an art form that is lost and only belongs to one generation). I would spend hours with tapes and cds lay all over the basement floor. Carefully putting one song after the next. Garth Boorks followed by Run DMC created a moment that was separate form either of those songs.

    The dominate music of my generation, hip hop, is collage. Sure there are folks who are very lazy and just sing to another person song, but of you look back to the DJs of the 80's. Their ability to create new music by cutting and scratching on albums is amazing. Listen to the first 90 seconds of Grand Masters Flash's "The Adventure of Grandmaster Flash On Wheels of Steel" He takes music for 8 or 10 albums without digital sampling. He did it all on the fly with two turntables and a stack of wax.

    I have always thought the creative mark of my generation in the late 80s and 90s was our ability to roothlessly steal from previous generations. Part of this is because of the digital tools we have. We can piece things together faster and easier than any point in history. We also have access to information about past style in a way that the masses have never had before. We also had access to past generations of clothing by thrifting like no other generation. For decades you wore cloths until they were unwear able. It was thinkable to give useable clothing away. We stole style for past generations because we could find the clothing.

    Once a few old things were found (that looked cool) everyone wanted them. Thus was born retor chec. I think of the character from one of Douglas Coupland's novels

    (shapoo planet, life after good, micro serfs, that era of his writing) who's job it was to distress furniture so it looks old and antic.

    Maybe things are so temporary today (shea stadium in NY was built in the 1960s) that we are long for something more germinate.

    Like all things in the information age digital tools are democrtizing fashion and art. This has it good and bad. Anyone can do it, but not everyone can do it good.

    I also think because of the rate of information traveling we consume trends much faster, making it necessary for there to be more trends. The rate of creativity is not keeping up with the rate of consumption. This would lead us to dipping into old trends. It is all ready there.

    Just some random thoughts….

  2. That's a really interesting comment about collage. Agreed about hip hop. I mean, you could go back further to bebop's elaborate 'quoting' but to be sure it reached a whole other level with hip hop. I think there has been a generational shift. I once interviewed Nile Rodgers, and asked him how he felt about being sampled. He was cool with it, but he said that when he was young, you'd be insulted if someone said that what you were doing sounded like Earth Wind and Fire (or whoever), but now it didn't seem to bother musicians. Maybe we have access to so much media now, we're just more aware that little is really 'new' anyway

    Thanks for the thoughts!

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