Art in a Collapsing Society

I think to work on the frontiers of art in a collapsing society still makes sense. Good work done in this period will be remembered and appreciated when there is more leisure and security. But I think if I were an artist, I would broaden my palette and also do some work that is easily widely understood and hopefully has a message of confidence, cheer, and bravery for the people in the middle of struggle.

Harvey Jackins
From page 221 of
The Kind, Friendly Universe

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