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The Power and Complexity of Children’s Art: An Interview with Brian Belott

Children’s scribbles may appear random but they often repeat shapes, like the mandala or the Greek cross, that suggest the beginning of language. The post The Power and Complexity of Children’s Art: An Interview with Brian Belott appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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