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February 05, 2014


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Spike Murdock

I call on the power of the first day of art class to set this straight. Every Studio/Art History class began with the discussion of what is Art. It was never answered for obvious reasons. More of a Zen Koan. In order to write an article such as this, one would have to have a definition of what is art. So the article implodes.

By the way, Art is the guy what lives at the end of the Cul de Sac. When kids show up missing in the neaghborhood, go to his house!...


Great article.
I really like your point, though I do feel that some forms of art are made to make individuals feel good about themselves or at least make a point.

I think that there are people that still appreciate art in all its good and bad forms. I`ve never been one to believe that art owes me or is only there to make me happy.

But I have to admit I do still like the old-school myth of the artist.

Art Ist

If your best argument is The Simpsons did it, how do you expect anyone to take you serious? You must have gone to school in California.

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