Art is the cloning of moments. Cloning. The questions of cloning is in the how, in the medium & style, and in the what, in the subject & perspective. Before I begin writing about wherever this is going, I will first say that any movement done before done again is thus considered art. It begins with the second movement, the cloning of the first. For example, a pimply 15 year old boy works his first and last day at McDonalds. At dawn the manager walks him through the construction of a cheeseburger (then promptly eats it). The boy follows along simultaneous and builds his first cheeseburger. Now here is where it gets tricky. His first cheeseburger is art because he cloned the movements of the manager. Movements are transferable. This is what we call inspiration. Art has a way of retaining energy (of retraining movements), and thus only a gaze, a glance, a study and so on may tap directly into a Source Movement, which renders anything thereafter created as officially art. Now this is a big subject and there are many examples. For example, a soon to be author artist begins writing a book. She skips over the title. She chooses to name the book later, perhaps at the end. She then thus skips over the first movement. The first sentence of the book then thus becomes the first movement, ill-advised! According to our research this would then cause the first sentence to not be art. This would then thus that thereafter create instability for the entire book, the first sentence and foundation for the whole damn thing to be not art. Now, one could skip the title and paste in the first sentence from another writing session or work. They would (as discussed) be transferring, which is legit and totally acceptable. If Art is a fruit we do not eat the peel. If Art is a fruit we know the peel is razor thin. If Art is a fruit we know we must peel the peel. To create Art we have to bite through what is not appealing (the peel) to expose what is appealing ( second movements ). Two bites. Or Art may not be a fruit. It may not have peels. It may not be bitten. It may not be any of the things I’ve just written. But take heed young artist! To write the first sentence, to create the first movement is sometimes uncomfortable. Often times it is void of any context. Of any inspiration. Sometimes when you create it is done out of nothing. You turn nothing into something with the first movement. You turn something into Art with the second movement. That’s just how it’s.