Art is the moment we take note, the moment we stop to consider the surface and all that lies beneath. Art empowers us to think for ourselves, to embrace the possibility of layers of meaning and experience cast upon and emanating from the image itself. When set singly, as a print hung upon a wall, the image occupies a physical plane. When sequenced in a long form narrative, as in a book, the image acquires an intellectual frame.
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