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need not equate to Does "Serious and often difficult art need not equate to difficult writing" in the following context mean "in order to talk about difficult art we do not necessarily need to use a difficult language"? Context: Books published in the Art and… series will be accessible, but intelligent. Serious and often difficult art need not equate to difficult writing – rather it demands clarity, and this is the second premise of the series. Above all Art and… aims to connect art back to the world.
Sep 7, 2019 11:29 AM
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Yes, that's exactly what it means! You don't need to use difficult or extravagant language to describe "serious" or "difficult" art. It is sometimes better to use simple language/vocabulary when discussing it so that the art can be more clearly understood.
September 7, 2019
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