How does the western experience of Oceanic, African, and Native American art typically differ from the experience of the works in their cultures of origin?
A) Western typically regard these objects to have has spiritual purpose, although in fact this was almost never the case.
B) Western often view these objects as as functional creations, although in fact many were intended as (art) and were sometimes displayed in local museum.
C) Westerns often regard these works as embodying the principle of animism, but when they were made, these objects were often intended foremost as portraits
D) Western typically approach these works in museums as (art) but in their original cultures, they were functional objects.
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