S. 2 EP. 6 MISSING THE BOHEMIAN

No one can argue that most of the western world has befallen to corporate and monocultural tastes; opting for efficiency over aesthetic and the bottom line over creative expansion. There is a general lack of care and concern that the artist of our cities are being priced out at a rampant rate. What will these centers of artistic energy do when they are only left with chain stores, mini-malls, and gas stations? Cinemas are closing rapidly – book stores are nearly extinct. Places of cultural interest are empty. What’s next for the culture of art in the 21st century?

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