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Researchers, psychologists, art historians have studied, debated and pondered the correlation between age and artistic creativity throughout history. Pablo Picasso , Mozart, and . Elliot all created some of their most well known art in their twenties, while Cezanne, Hitchcock, and Robert Frost produced some of their most important works in their forties, fifties and later.

Alongside his heavy-weight contemporaries including ORLAN and Marina Abramovic & Ulay, Geers’ work is featured on the group exhibition, SUPERDEMOCRACY – The Senate of Things , at the Belgian Senate in Brussels (1 – 31 October). Organised by BOZAR in Brussels, the M HKA Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp in Antwerp and the BPS22 Musée d’art de la Province de Hainaut in Charleroi, the exhibition adds a cultural and artistic dimension to fifteen political issues currently being discussed in Belgian government. The exhibition intends to encourage audiences to discover, contemplate and participate within sociopolitical debate through observing the visual manifestations and relationships between the artworks and the country’s contemporary political climate.

Inspired by meetings with other artists who volunteered, Bono of U2 went back to his hotel room and wrote "Silver and Gold" the same evening. The song was quickly recorded, with Keith Richards and Ron Wood of The Rolling Stones , and Peter Wolf of The J. Geils Band . Wood's guitar work is notable for using Keith's switchblade as a slide. "Silver and Gold" was also distributed separately as a promotional single. A last-minute inclusion, the song was left off the track listings of the original 1985 album and cassette pressings and considered to be a hidden track. Bono later explained, in an appearance on the US syndicated radio show " Rockline " with Bob Coburn, that he submitted the tape of the song after the album's artwork had been printed by EMI Manhattan Records. [1] When Razor and Tie reissued the album in 1993, the song was included on the track listings. U2 also recorded two versions of the song: a live version in the Rattle and Hum film and album and a studio version on the B-side of " Where the Streets Have No Name ".

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