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Sometimes visual images confront issues that we as individuals or as people face, but that we do not put into a straightforward demand. As an artist these issues, and the pictures that come from them, are no more emotive or more universal or more aesthetic than the issues and images that make up posters and graphic art. They are not stronger or weaker, or even more personal or individual. Perhaps their main characteristic is that the artist does not define the audience other than a vague sense of "humanity" which is based in one's own understanding of the world.


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