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Comment posted on 7 February 2020
Soundtrack, 2D art (painting/drawing/illustration, animation, etc.), 3D art (sculpting, 3D modeling, etc.), the culinary arts, architecture, and more are just as universal as dance because they too rely only on things that almost all humans have, their basic senses. You are right about books though, only being universal if translated.
When choosing my creative outlet, my number one priority was making sure everyone, no matter what origin, could enjoy my work without special altering. Now, of course having something more universal does not make it better than another form of art. It's just that I have different priorities when looking at how I want to express myself. Alas, the more universal an art form becomes, the more vague it becomes as well. For instance, dance can be interpreted in so many different ways just like painting or music. With writing on the other hand, you can be so precise with details that you can create an entire world in your head. So for anyone wondering what art you want to pursue, take that into account. Do you want to be crazy accurate but not reach as many people or do you want to leave your work up to more interpretation for many?
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