A Terminal Case of Whimsy
Jackson Pollock's "No.5, 1948": Sold for $140 Million
"Why is it," the man wondered aloud one day, "that abstract visual art is so widely lauded and accepted, whereas abstract audio art, is so readily shunned and marginalized?"
"Maybe," she replied, "because paintings don't make any noise."
Joanna Kosowsky Dane
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9/14/12, 1:29 PM
and time. listening to music takes time.
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