All art is a game. It's just that the rules within which this game is played often go unmentioned - and the emphasis artists generally place on their freedoms distracts from the limitations within which they work.
As the American choreographer Paul Taylor once said of making a ballet "you give yourself a few simple limitations and then do the best you can". Artful games begin when the participants are given an objective and a few simple limitations on the way to achieving this objective.
Many of these works produced by these games are now exhibited under the title The Games of Art.
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