The Philosophy of Andy Warhol - Chapter 10, Atmosphere Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, Atmosphere Summary and Analysis

To Andy's way of thinking, people compartmentalize their thoughts into condominium-like spaces in their minds, although Andy prefers large, open spaces. Even though Andy is an artist, he believes that any space with art in it is wasted space. Andy feels conflicted in that he produces art that will waste people's space and even violates his own theory by collecting and making things for his own space.

According to Andy, everyone should live in a completely empty, clean space. If a person in New York City feels the need for a closet, that closet should be located in New Jersey. It would also be ideal for items in the closet to have expiration dates in order to avoid the collection of too many things. Andy follows the habits of Tennessee Williams and puts everything purchased or received as a...

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