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dc.contributor.authorShore, Curtis Jamesen
dc.description.abstractMost of the time during the past seventeen years, I have labored fairly happily in the womb of academia. In the last five years, of that time, I have been able to isolate, in my works some of the inklings that were inside me and to make explicit to myself (and to others) what I was capable of. I had freed myself somewhat from external authority and was able to grapple with some of the internal absurdities that make working worthwhile. Whether the works are in fashion or not, I found is completely beside the point. I found also that the critical authority is often trapped behind the word "aesthetic" and that posterity can sometimes be a liar. I realized that what once had been in me an enormous responsibility to "BE A SCULPTOR" had changed in that five years to an inward responsibility to simply do my own work. I can look, back and see that my early work reveals an awareness of becoming, and now, it seems fair to note, my present work is an awareness of being.en
dc.publisherMontana State University - Bozeman, College of Arts & Architectureen
dc.subject.lcshIdentity (Psychology)en
dc.titleGoodbye to Bozemanen
dc.rights.holderCopyright 1975 by Curtis James Shoreen

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