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Unformatted text preview: Mona Lisa was looked through the Nomadic artistic lens there would be nothing lasting or timeless about it. One Nomad is quoted in saying that the Nomads don’t view their art as art, “…two nomads meet in conversation, while one talks, the other will take a stick in design in the sand… hour later, they would be gone, the design would be gone, the art would be gone.” In the second half of Gabriel’s article he explores the parallels between Nomadic aesthetics and black independent cinema. In many examples of black cinema concepts of journey is depicted. The theme of journey is definitely prevalent in Nomadic art and is also apparent in black cinema. Concepts of the Earth, Sun, and Moon are also prevalent in black cinema....
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- Winter '07
- Mona Lisa, Marcel Duchamp, Louvre, Nomadic art