Tuesday, March 15, 2011

“Industry has been mechanized and an artist cannot work mechanically for mass production...Artists find it incumbent... to betake themselves to their work as an isolated means of ‘self-expression.’ In order not to cater to the trend of economic forces, they often feel obliged to exaggerate their separateness to the point of eccentricity.” John Dewey, Art as Experience.

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