Individuals 2

Ignorance, superstition, delusion and error are always collective; in other words, whatever you own of those things is shared. Moments of insight, enlightenment and awakening, on the other hand, can only belong to individuals. The relevance of this to art is clear.

Paul Klee, Two Heads 1932

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