The artist struggles for articulation even as his concepts seem deliberately inarticulate
Does it indicate that we are inarticulate
morons who can't think of an alternative word?
Few people were making narrative films on the cheap back then, and Araki, a madly ambitious young fellow fascinatingly attuned to the inarticulate
speech patterns and confused emotions of his generation, was rightly considered a promising, if blurry talent.
However, what really comes across, is a bunch of rather inarticulate
airmen trying to rationalise a very irrational experience.
Not that it really matters, but the characters' voices are somewhat uniform in their diction, and Wojnarowicz's device of subdividing monologues with Celine-like dot-dot-dots seems more the kind of trick writers use to give fiction an authentic sting than a natural flaw of inarticulate
Sorry, but I can't join the adulation of this inarticulate
, deeply irritating, self-confessed junkie.
One of the most important events in the last thirty years of art history has been the use of the new, populist, commercial technology of television in the service of what may be art's most ancient and esoteric ambition: the articulation of those inarticulate
states of being, the almost unnameable sensations and feelings that traverse the subject's interior silence.
Has there ever been a more banal, inarticulate
, inadequate or rubbish presenter than Ian Wright - currently fronting BBC's Lottery Show?