“Art Should be Felt” is a response against the act of art seen as only an image, especially evident on social media, where works are seen as captured novelty and backdrops. This movement calls for the experiencing of art in its intended and curated spaces, to explore the relationship between art and its space, art and its nature, and art and its viewer. As in Berger’s “Ways of Seeing”, we stand against the reproduction of images of art on a smaller screen to preserve the value of experiencing it.

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