A man in a plaid shirt with colorful paint on his face.

Laurie Anderson

I came upon this in Laurie Anderson’s essay Time and Beauty. IS SOME ART MORE BUDDHIST THAN OTHER ART? A lot of the art I happen to like seems to have elements that I associate with Buddhism. Somewhere in this work there is an understanding of – or illumination of – impermanence, emptiness, suffering. There is an approach to the world that moves away from symmetry (a kind of duality?

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