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Charles Livingtson

Before I discovered Irwins work, I read his writings. They had a tremedous impact definig "art" for myself. His early investigations into perception and phenomenolgy contnue to be relevant, especially in a time when societies are reevaluating their position to nature, sustainability and how we conduct our buisness in a global economy. Irwin is one of the few artists that actually provides a solution to the problems that we face everyday. He is one of many people over time who are contributing to that thing called a "paradigm shift".

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