ayrotstein

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    • This topic is interesting but its incredible scope needs to be narrowed down, perhaps broken into components, such as a qualification/definition of "role", as well as a limit on "society", as global/international society is too vast a topic. As an example, "The Function(s) of American Abstract Expressionism in Contemporary American Advertising". Not quite there in this suggestion, but the narrowed focii create a manageable topic for an essay. – thistle 5 years ago
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    • Agreed. Perhaps it could even be narrowed down or altered to discuss the interplay of a particular social media platform such as Instagram and a particular artist of choice's practice. – ayrotstein 5 years ago
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    • Emma Silcowicz for example as a very recent example of an artist whose work is both framed by and interacting with social media and creating controversy. – ayrotstein 5 years ago
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