That's an interesting point. The two seem to be 'terrible twins' as hazards
for the creative imagination to deal with (though not necessarily to avoid).
All brows welcome, so long as they're sweaty!
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> From: Poetryetc: poetry and poetics [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On
> Behalf Of MC Ward
> Sent: 01 November 2007 01:07
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> Subject: Re: sentimentality & 'classism'...
> Peter & Christopher,
> The key difference between kitsch and camp seems to me
> to be self-consciousness. Kitsch doesn't know it's
> kitsch, while camp not only knows what it is but
> craves it.
> And where does the middle-brow fit in with all this
> comparative discussion of high and popular culture?
> Your account of the Warhol auction was absolutely
> fascinating. I'm curious to know if anything by
> Basquiat featured in it and whether you might have
> classified it as "tag sale" stuff(?).
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