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In Valery Grancher's exchange with Josephine Anstey he stresses in his
argumentation the artist's extra-social position. 

In my mind this position is based on a paradox: the artist seems to live
and not live in society -- on the one hand physically "forced", on the
other hand, deep inside, refusing this structure. 

Joseph Beuys, in this context, seems to be more precise when saying that
everybody is a fascist. It's at that point that a really interesting
ethical dialogue can take place which is free from affirmations, each
claiming to be politically most correct. 


jens-ingo brodesser    <jens.ingo.brodesser@euronet.be>

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