Does art imitate life or does life imitate art?
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More Old Skool Than You
Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: Under an old Ford
There's always room for imagination. No matter how closed off this child would be, if he could latch onto one experiance, that would become his life and he would dream.
Let's say he has no senses. He would have to eat, and maybe he couldn't taste the food, but he would know that food makes him feel better. I think he would dream about that, all day. It would be so important to him, he would know the schedule. He would wonder what it was, where it came from, is there more? He might not be able to comprehend imagination, but it would be there.
As far as him doing art, I don't know. I don't think he would have the dexterity to handle anything.
Art has to imitate something first, although we like to feed off of it ourselves, like movie quotes and dancing and other forms of art we don't always think about. Hmm...
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