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Dear Enno,
I just returned from Utah. I'm happy to hear you enjoyed my work in Emmen. But hope they will not destroy it. It seems that John Weber did [[insertion]] not [[/insertion] find time to visit my work - that is unfortunate, because I have so few photos of the work. Both [[Beeren ?]] + [[Zyalstra ?]] have yet to let me know whats going on. So, I really appreciate your serious concern and interest in the project. For one thing, the project is outside the limits of the "museum show". There are a few curators who understand this. As Jennifer Licht says, "art is less and less about objects you can place in a museum". [[insertion]] Yet, [[/insertion]] the ruling classes are still intent on turning their Picassos into capital. Museums of Modern Art are more [[strikethrough]] like [[/strikethrough]] and more banks for the super-rich.
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