Reading "The Whole Ball of Wax" gave me a deeper understating of the concept of art in general. Everyone views art differently. Some people see it as a form of entertainment, some people see it as an expression of society and some people simply don't think it means anything at all. The list of different perspectives people have on art goes on and on. In some cases, art can change peoples outlook on the world without even trying to. Something that stuck with me in the article was when Saltz said " Neither Andy Warhol or Donald Judd made overtly political art. Yet both changed the way the world looks and the way we look at the world". I believe that since art is interpreted differently by every individual, it can have a million different meanings. Art has the power to provoke different emotions from everyone who sees it and also impact society as a whole. It is a truly unique from of expression to the world.