circulate in circumstances that...

Blue Apple

Senior Member
Persian (Iran)
Is the bold sentence talking about the conditions and circumstances that affect the artwork during its creation or after its creation and when it is not any more owned by the artist?

Context:
Clear differences also apply to the conditions of production and reception that surround both sets of practice. For example, it is obvious that, unless dealing with a highly prescriptive commission, artists have far more control over the content of their work, no matter how much that control may be affected when the work begins to circulate in circumstances that take it beyond the artists’ jurisdiction. Advertising, on the other hand, is produced to meet a brief and serve a designated purpose and, from that point of view, usually far more compromised in the initial stages of production (Art and Advertising by Joan Gibbons).
 
  • PaulQ

    Senior Member
    UK
    English - England
    No matter = it does not matter; without regard to

    no matter how much that control may be affected when the work begins to circulate in circumstances that take it beyond the artists’ jurisdiction
    . = regardless of what happens when it is sold.
     
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