Critical Essays on «The Real Housewives»
11. Notes on Andy Cohen
KEITH BERRY AND TONY E. ADAMS
Camp taste turns its back on the good-bad axis of ordinary esthetic judgment. Camp doesn’t reverse things. It doesn’t argue that the good is bad, or the bad is good. What it does is to offer for art (and life) a different—a supplementary—set of standards.
—Susan Sontag, “Notes on ‘Camp’”
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