Separating art and artist: you’re doing it wrong

Enjoying work guilt-free is great until you bolster hateful platforms. By examining and acknowledging how our feelings about art contribute to their position, we can better assess how to address their problematic behaviour.

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Designer, writer, and historian. Founder of Geoffrey Bunting Graphic Design (geoffreybunting.co.uk).

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