a transaesthetics of banality

01Jan07

“Art has been dissolved within a general aesthetization of everyday life, giving way to a pure circulation of images, a transaesthetics of banality… we manufacture a profusion of images in which there is nothing to see… They leave no trace, cast no shadow, and have no consequences” – Jean Baudrillard



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