On Connection


  • Author: Kae Tempest
  • Full Title: On Connection
  • Category: #books


  • Of course, art is as various as experience and not all music wants connection. Not all theatre cares about you. Culture, in the main, is a bourgeois pursuit, a reaffirmation of a mannered existence that cements prejudice and justifies ignorance. And much music is the product of mass manufacture, cynically assembled. It wants nothing but your clicks. It actively seeks your numbness. But that’s not the kind of art I am talking about here. So let us say no more about it because it’s everywhere and it doesn’t need any more of our attention than it already has.
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