Many of us try to get what we want from Art.
But Art has feelings, too.
Do we ever think about what Art wants?
Nuria and Bruno have thought about it.
Any other ideas?

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Art needs a life too.
Art wants to be loved, caressed, viewed and admired for all it is and appears to be.
The dark side is that some ART likes dark places where it is not too moist but dark. Then it can get very old....
ART without WORDS
is like LEGS with
NO wiggle
EGGS with no
Yolk are like
Art with NO Joke ~~~~~~~~ rig EEL mortice ~~~~~~~~
Dear Ruud,
Your Dead Pan is in the mail LOVE rain rien NEVER MIND no really NEVER
So I should expect some food soon. Great!
I have no idea, I shall ask her the next time she comes for tea.
What did they say on Art's birthday?
art is a concept
as such it might not like anticonception
Nuria and Bruno have thought about it.

So who are Nuria and Bruno?
Nuria was the artist/philosopher who first posed the question "What does Art want?"
It was a reaction to Freud's "What Do Women Want?"
Bruno was the first to attempt to answer Nuria's question.
And what did Bruno say?
I think that also requires much research, discipline and record...

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