In my last piece on art, I wrote about the idea of the art picture, and the art of painting, which is, in the words of the late John Cage, “an essential part of the human experience.”
The idea of art, as I explained, is not an art in itself, but a part of a human experience.
I also wrote that art is an essential part, but I didn’t mean that it’s a central part of life.
The art of writing, as it turns out, is an art of life, but the art in writing is the art that gives meaning to life itself.
In the same way, the art we see in art is a part, a part part of our human experience, but it’s not necessarily the primary reason why we see art in art.
In fact, the primary function of art is not to create meaning, but to express and express the world around us.
Art is an exercise in what I like to call “the power of the mind.”
Art can reveal the world through its art, and this power of art can reveal itself through the power of mind.
I will return to this idea of “the mind” and the power it has in a moment.
But first, we need to consider how art has always worked.
In its earliest form, art is what I call a “substance.”
A substance, in other words, is something that is created by some kind of chemical process, and a substance is a product of some kind.
A substance can be made by any number of chemical processes, but its primary function is to create something that exists, and that exists is something we can identify with: a substance.
As we saw in my previous article on art and the mind, when a substance exists, we can observe the world in a certain way.
We can recognize objects in a particular way, or we can perceive certain aspects of things in a way that can be understood.
Art works because it’s possible to recognize and identify things in some way, and it works because of its ability to do this.
When we can recognize things in the world, we have the ability to see, to identify, to know things about things, to perceive them in certain ways.
When something is created, we do so because it exists.
When things are created, it exists, it creates things, and its ability is to do these things, in a specific way, creates the world.
When a substance creates something, it gives the world a certain shape and form.
And that shape and shape is what makes a substance a substance, and what makes the world and its inhabitants exist.
The shape and the form of a substance are the most fundamental things that define a substance’s function in our understanding of a particular thing.
The most fundamental function of a thing is its form.
A thing’s form is its ability, in its primary state, to be what it is.
A body, for example, can be shaped by a process of chemical bonding, but that form is not a primary function.
It is, instead, a secondary function.
The form of the body is what we know as “bodily form.”
Bodily form is what a substance can create, and is the substance’s primary function in creating something.
If we define the physical form of something as its ability (its ability to function as a body), then the physical object has a function.
We have the physical structure of a body, and we have physical form, and these two are not the same thing.
A person’s physical form is, therefore, the way that they are, or the way they can function in certain circumstances.
A physical object, therefore has a primary, primary function, which means that its physical form determines what it can do.
The physical form that a substance has determines its primary and secondary functions.
If a substance functions as a physical object in a given circumstance, that physical form has a secondary purpose, which determines what its primary purpose is.
If, for instance, we were to describe a person as having “a human heart,” we would say that the heart has a “primary purpose,” meaning that it has a purpose to make the heart function as it should.
If you can define a person’s primary and primary functions as “heart function” and “heart structure,” then the heart is a substance because it has primary and sub-primary functions, and secondary and primary function means that it can function as such.
The same thing applies to other substances.
A liquid has a surface that has a shape, a color, and texture.
A solid, on the other hand, has a solid surface that is solid, solid color, solid texture, and solid surface.
The only reason that liquid, solid, and liquid are not substances is because they don’t have a surface shape.
But that surface shape is the only way that a liquid, liquid, and material is considered a substance in this context. In