by Joseph Richards
(Potsdam ny usa)

I see alot of gender difference. probably not going to change i feel like and i dont really know how art itselfs would help that. but there was a picture of soldiers holding up civilians i saw once. maybe something to show that color didnt matter. everyone bled the same. everyone was the same.

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Aug 22, 2017

by: Kenth Bender

Hi and thank you Joseph!
Good point.

From my perspective, it's neither color, shape nor motive. It's more about how art influences so many millions of people across the world. The experiences they have, the meaning and importance that art gives people. The essence so far, therefore, is to draw attention to how art connects people no matter what it is in the art. The art tells something and this "something" is "it!", which is the starting point.

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