Spaces define an area for creative action.
They are nothing more than empty vessels.
Creativity lies within the human being. Potentially all human beings carry great creative talents within them.
Energy exchange defines our universe and human beings use energy creatively to produce a vast myriad of
forms useful to human society.
To work most efficiently human beings need space in which to create. Not boxed in space but natural organic space where boundaries are flexible but creatives centres stay strong.
Creativity must be allowed to "breathe" and not be imprisoned. Real time analysis in a linear art environment cannot allow for true artistic freedom. Reproduction and decoration fine, but not genuine creativity.
Artists, of course, welcome spaces where they can exhibit their art.
Rules for exhibiting art are necessary but so often gallery owners and directors fail to appreciate the huge difference between creative energy and empty wall space. This is so often seen in the care galleries put into making sure artist's work is "presented well". Square and rectangular frames dominate gallery walls reflecting angular, linear mindsets. The border is king and the inner message often becomes mere decoration with little emphasis on the human story.