Post #435 • December 22, 2004, 1:22 PM • 17 Comments
blankism BLANK-izm n. (fr. Eng. "fill-in-the-blank," such as a test) A style of art that relies excessively or exclusively on viewer interpretation for meaning, relevance, or importance. adj. blankist
Usage. "William Stover of the Boston MFA says that the work of Cerith Wyn Evans leaves the viewer to 'interpret and experience the work in his or her own way,' but I find it merely blankist."
See also: Rodriguez, Norberto; et al.