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ugh

Posted to Utterances




it has nothing to do with "shame".

it has to do with the artist's intention of how his art is perceived. it has to do with the artist creating a body of work that represents what he feels is his expression of the truth regarding humanity and the life experience. my point is simply this: to question whether or not reviewing things that are outside of the artist's deliberate body of work should be considered when analyzing his art as a body of work. i believe that those things should not be considered. if you do, excellent!

i'll keep discussing this if you agree to stick to the point.

:)