Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Susan Sontag, The Aesthetics of Silence

Therefore, art comes to be considered something to be overthrown. A new element enters the individual artwork and becomes constitutive of it: the appeal (tacit or overt) for its own abolition—and, ultimately, for the abolition of art itself." — Susan Sontag, Styles of Radical Will, The Aesthetics of Silence


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