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presentation for aesthetics (critique to follow)

flash presentation of david davies’ art as performance:

http://prezi.com/g1xywbxlllr5/art-as-performance/

flash presentation of janet wolff’s social production of art:

http://prezi.com/4ro5epiqruhw/the-social-production-of-art/

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