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Condé, Carole; Beveridge, Karl
Some people accuse us of sloganizing. Why can’t it be more ‘aesthetic’? But, again, it doesn’t matter what we say, but how we say it. Language has become yet another commodity, an obsession with style. Some people accuse us of sloganizing. Why can’t it be more ‘aesthetic’? But, again, it doesn’t matter what we say, but how we say it. Language has become yet another commodity, an obsession with style.
1975 1975
 
Condé, Carole; Beveridge, Karl
Hamilton ON 1940; Ottawa ON 1945 Hamilton ON 1940; Ottawa ON 1945
Some people accuse us of sloganizing. Why can’t it be more ‘aesthetic’? But, again, it doesn’t matter what we say, but how we say it. Language has become yet another commodity, an obsession with style. Some people accuse us of sloganizing. Why can’t it be more ‘aesthetic’? But, again, it doesn’t matter what we say, but how we say it. Language has become yet another commodity, an obsession with style.
1975 1975
silkscreen and collage with marker on paper silkscreen and collage with marker on paper
overall: 66 cm x 81.3 cm
Gift of the Artists, 2011 Gift of the Artists, 2011
54-022.06

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