General Introduction to Collectivity in Modern Art, artículo para la exposición “Critical Mass”, Smart Museum, Universidad de Chicago

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2002 Alan Moore / The Journal of Aesthetics Protest

Art starts from groups. Collectivity is the basis for artistic production. Special forms of social relations are the soil in which artists are rooted. From this soil the flowers of art bloom, are cut, and carried to the vases in arrangements like those in large vases in the lobby of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. There they may be understood as emblems, as a language of flowers, speaking universally, as if to everyone, above and beyond their origins.