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Much of our understanding of art and culture is taken for granted at best, superficial and inconsequential at worst. Worst because we view the role of art and culture as insignificant and not as a meaningful part of an urban, regional, or national economy. We take it as more fun and less business. And so, although policymakers and urban economists are versed in the mechanics of urban economies or how we think cities work, the role of art and culture is left out of this basic paradigm of city growth and vitality, why some cities are more or less successful than others, and what components are necessary to generate great, vibrant places where people want to live.

Elizabeth Currid, The Warhol Economy, 2008 (via formatnoauto)
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