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Rebel without a palette is a lexicon of art paradoxes written by a local Cambridge artist.
OK, people, there is no need to panic! Everything got straightened out. It was just your typical scientific cock-up. Initially, they said the book was a metaphor for knocking down walls. Then they said it was a twenty-first-century screw everyone declaration of independence. And now they say they have irrefutable evidence that it’s both an allegory of a spiritual journey, and a satirical and counter-art book with an inflamed appendix caused by thousands of comically arrogant, thought-provoking bacteria moonlighting as original art aphorisms.