ART: ...and the Future.

From: IN%"[email protected]" "Art Criticism Discussion Forum" 9-NOV-1993
To: IN%"[email protected]" "Howard Lawrence"
Subj: Art and the future

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For my part, I percieve the fragmentation and passivity in society to be a
current, and future problem for art. We seem to becoming both jaded and
insulated which keeps us from experiencing the power of the aesthetic. I
believe that it is the power of the passion of the artist that can reach
people, but it seem to be eluding us as a society.

Kenton Hyatt
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