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3 There are essential differences between ART on the Border, Art from the Border and ART of the Border ON • implies position FROM • implies starting point OF • implies native to, endemic, point of origin To interpret art through language one must make language SEE. But if one sees through language, what does it say? In what language? Aesthetics depend on it! ANTINOMY Language makes us see • Image makes us talk [[right arrow]] Art Not Separate From Words • "I see what you mean" [[left arrow]] Aesthetics is dependent on organized sounds - words. Dominant language in a pluralistic society has the power to affect artistic realities.
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