sábado, 19 de diciembre de 2015

Those words were written by the painter Josef Albers

In school I had issues with structure. I wanted to study everything that involved words and images, which meant literature, art, language, philosophy, psychology and religion, among other subjects. Declaring a major was like self-censorship. The ivory tower felt tight. Street politics, travel and transcendental substances were all in my curriculum. What I was after was education as an open category, an end in itself, an adventure that “aimed at being something instead of at getting something.”

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