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March 21, 2011

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"There is also the possibility that much (or all) of what we call taste in art is a self-fulfilling prophecy of the rich and powerful who determine which works are 'in' and which 'out.'"

I could not have said it better...

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That was my thought,too.

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Put simply it is when someone sees the letter 'A' as red (the commonest form of synaesthesia), or has strong visual stimuli when listening to music, or auditory phenomena when looking at visual art.

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