Many things can be simultaneously "art" and "nonart", because there are so
many "right" definitions of what art is. But then, that is why the
"art/nonart/maybeart" question is so interesting. Just like the process
and product of art, the process of discussing the question is as
interesting as the answer.
Lee H. Kellogg School
Falls Village, CT 06031
> Can a thing be simultaneously "art" and "nonart", > >Leung Tsz Kwong >Hong Kong