As artists we are thought to think beyond of what already exists. This capability to imagine is inherent to all artistic disciplines, and an artistic action is seldomly a solitary experience, but thrives in the collective audience.
The political theorist Hannah Arendt argued that the ability to imagine collectively was crucial for the connection between us humans and the world. The more we reduce the collective dreams to mere individual (consumerist) desires, the more we distance ourselves from this world, and the further we drift from this connection to our home, the less we will be able to relate to its destruction.
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