Quote o’ the Day (Marshall McLuhan Edition)

From yesterday’s New York Times:

Border Crossing Identity Crisis

‘Oh, Canada’ Exhibition at Mass MoCA

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — As Marshall McLuhan once wrote about his homeland, “Canada is the only country in the world that knows how to live without an identity,” which makes “Oh, Canada: Contemporary Art from North North America,” at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art here, a challenging kind of survey to undertake.

Oh, Canadians!

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3 Responses to Quote o’ the Day (Marshall McLuhan Edition)

  1. Jan Dumas says:

    I always thought Canada identified itself by what it was not. It’s England without the racial tensions, France with out the trash and America without the crazy.

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