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    Quote Originally Posted by StaticX View Post
    For the intellecual, the ivisible art would have a profound effect on the mind.
    Idle minds are easily amused and easily messed with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tobbA View Post
    I think it's only fair. Now we have an art exhibit both blind and seeing can enjoy equally.
    I know that's a joke but find it offensive, blind people are not stupid, nor are the sighted. And there are blind artists who make beautiful works of art.
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    Who said anything about being stupid? o.o
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    It's ableist. Whether intended or not.
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    Why...
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    Looking over the comments I find myself awash with relief......Thank God for you people
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    Well, there's one way to create "philosophical art" without any effort, unless you consider staring on and off at a white board for 40 days a difficult task.
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    I've suffered an internal injury caused by laughing, after I read all the posts and enjoyed the very art and its meaning... lololololol
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    I think it would be fitting to held an invisible press conference to comemorate this milestone event. After that the invisible journalists would publish their invisible reports in their invisible journals. If all this would not set fire the imagination of their invisible readers then I don't know what would!
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    You all talk big, but look at this one and tell me it isn't awesome.

    Attachment 1489147

    I just added that to my invisible portfolio and sent it off to Feng Zhu's art school. Think I'll get accepted?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crossmirage View Post
    It's ableist.
    Stop making up words.
    "Astronomy offers an aesthetic indulgence not duplicated in any other field. This is not an academic or hypothetical attraction and should require no apologies, for the beauty to be found in the skies has been universally appreciated for unrecorded centuries."
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