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Law as Art

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I hear a lot of people who go to law school don’t end up practicing law, but this one was a new one for me.

Carey Young, for the 2003 Beck’s Future Award shortlist, had a work (‘Non-Disclosure’, 2003) which consists solely of a non-disclosure agreement framed on a wall. The document explains that Miss Young has made a commissioned work of art (which takes the form of a press release) that she has revealed to a member of the Beck’s team. That person then signed the non-disclosure agreement not to reveal what he has seen to anyone.

Article: Law As Art?

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