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Hi Joe Dees -
>>And all of art would range over all.
>Seems provisionally reasonable, but requires much elaboration.
I just don't think art has any limits as to means of expression. Take the
theatre- words, behavior, scenery, music, kinetic sculpture, you name it.
The theatre is a living laboratory of modes of transmission. But I did
say all of art. All of anything doesn't require much elaboration....
How about a modes of transmission analysis of the Blue Man Group? Since
they're shills now, should be right up someone's alley.
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