Did you maybe mean artwork?
- n. alternative spelling of art form.
“Therefore, to see some revival of this liturgical artform is both an interesting and encouraging project for those of us concerned with a revival of the traditional liturgical arts and the craftmanship associated with it.”
“Exploring the production of bodily images, I pay special attention to theatre; theatre is namely the artform, which throughout the history most consistently pursued the desire for impossible bodies.”
“Could not, moreover, every particular kind of artform or artwork demand a separate theory of art, artist and artistic experience?”
“This particular roundup incorporates rented films and even one that I caught on TV, but I can't say that it whets my appetite for more of the artform which is not to say, of course, that I don't have appointments for Pirates of the Caribbean 2 and Superman Returns.”
“One might ask, "Does this 'artform' make be a better photograher?".”
“I get it, we all want games to be taken seriously, to advance the medium and for it to be respected as an "artform".”
“When it comes to any genre of any artform you can simply be “into” this kind or that to a greater or lesser extent.”
“Staying with just the artform of comedy, I have discovered just how true Cuse's words of wisdom are.”
“These fascist Republicans have made projection an artform.”
“Archive for June 21st, 2009 procrastination should be an artform …”
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