Jenny Holzer was a very interesting woman to learn about. It was interesting to see the way she used art to carry her message to the viewers. I actually think it would have been extremely creative had she used more art in the deliverance of her "Truisms". The LED lights were very cool and I think brought a really modern and pertinent aspect to her words. Many of the artists we have seen use very historic and/or "older" style of presenting their work. There is something to be said when a piece of art can speak to the modern-day person. History definitely matters, but what matters most is the here and now. People living today better identify with art depicting the world we live in now, rather than the world of the past that we have not lived in. One is not better than the other; there are just equal pros and cons. One thing that bothered me a bit was the fact that she uses Twitter. It is extremely good at projecting an idea or thought to hundreds if not thousands of people. However, I think that something like Twitter and Facebook should be left as a network for floosy and whimsical entertainment. It is not a serious environment: therefore her work cannot be taken seriously. Overall, Jenny's work is new-age and inspirational. She was presented well.