04 Ekim 2009

on art and anthropology

The philosopher Michel Serres has noted how 'literature gets through where expertise sees an obstacle,' adding that 'philosophy can go deep enough to show that literature goes still deeper than philosophy.' Might something similar not be said about the relationship between anthropology and art: the artist may be able to go deeper into the nature of the reality of human relations, but still needs the anthropologist to reveal how deeply he is going?

from Micheal Richardson's article "Where Green Grass Comes to Meet Blue Sky: A Trajectory of Josef Sima" in Contemporary Art and Anthropology edited by Schneider et al.

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