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December 09, 2005


Susan Straus

"The muse that fired the artist’s imagination is often mute when it comes
to whispering meaning and intent into our ears as we gape and wonder,
“what is this and why is it here?” Turning to the gallery’s guide for
elucidation is a descent into a cave with a cerebral echo chamber in which
curators speak in tongues as they labor to explain the voice of the muse
to bewildered visitors."


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