“When everything is deemed to be racist, then nothing is deemed to be racist. It is the same with art. If anything can be art, then nothing is art. Repetition, in terms of the mass production to something that should hold meaning and value, causes that meaning and value to become dust. It is gone, both meaning and value, because repetition has killed it.
To imagine it like the United States attempting to solve its debt problem, by simply printing out more paper currency, would cause the dollar bill to lose its value. It is through that repetition, that value is killed. Meaning becomes killed, the same way. For if everything is deemed the same as a singularity, then it is no longer about meaning, as much as it is the loss of it.”– Modern Romanticism