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Our columnist Avila jumps into the ‘intermedial’ art discussion:

‘Little mirror, little mirror… don’t tell me what I don’t want to know…
Well… without forgiveness there is no adaptation…

So, what is that this mass society has voluntarily forgotten in order to adapt to the efficient manufacturing methods of reproduction after the Second World War?? It seems like in general, leaving significance behind and adopting the new standards of simple and empty aesthetics is the best way to go in order to move forward; or at least that is what society believes: “Show us something with an -open meaning- where an infinite range of interpretations is possible”
In another words, “real art” with significance is being relegated to some sort of chromosomal anomaly; a rare exception out of the ordinary… meaning that society abhors the possibility of change on its wild run across the plains (even thought it says that it LOVES CHANGE constantly). Because could you imagine art counterbalancing society’s aptitudes and addictions?? The entire thing reminds me when Napoleon ruled in Europe… When he tried to get his way in France’s politics, he used to call for a reunion of all the Cabinet Ministers to discuss the matters, and after undefined solutions were brought to the table, he imposed his own will… I think that is what mass society is doing now a days with us…’