Context affects perception-a case in Wall Street

 

Courtesy of Logan Hasson via Instagram

An amazing example of how context and sharing space affect perception is playing out in Wall Street. When Arturo di Modica’s Charging Bull stood alone, it meant something to the passers-by. When Kristen Visbal’s Fearless Girl was placed next to it, now it means something else.  The energy is coming from the dialogue between the two statues. But –which of the statues keeps its specific message regardless of the context?  Check the article at Artnet.com

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