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The mindless pursuit by artists, of ‘the good life’; of ‘making it’; at a time when all humanity should be questioning the existing order, is revolting. To call oneself ‘artist’, is either a grand conceit, or a bold decision to assume greater individual creative freedom. That freedom ought to carry with it, a responsibility for honesty and transformative intelligence. Artists, having chosen a freedom of aesthetic and intellectual vision and pursuit, are almost always at odds or in conflict with the prevailing social norm. This is precisely the artist’s value. The artist is in a way, the personification of society’s means of checks and balances; the promoter of individuality and nonconformity, amid the ever increasing systematization of this information-based world.

Green Museum


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