Re: Extropic art: symbolism, interpretation & association
Sun, 16 Mar 1997 02:26:32 -0500 (EST)

I regard sweeping claims about the nature of "Extropic art" with bemusement.
Would anyone speak so broadly about "Extropian writing"? Art, like its
proper subset writing, has no particular purpose beyond expressing ideas. I
doubt that anyone would seriously assert that Extropian writing must, for
example, define Extropianism in the public eye, or challenge human limits.
As our discussions on this list demonstrate, Extropian writings may merely
aim to amuse, or explain a point clearly, or refer to a useful resource. So,
too, I'd think, Extropian art.