[NetBehaviour] [aside] symmetry - science, art and nature - art and illusion
mediaidea at arkania.org
Sun Apr 22 13:56:48 CEST 2007
is gombrich worth reading?
i do not suggest to buy the book "eyes, lies and illusions", i would
interchange it with whoever wants to have a look at it, it is in english,
and it is expensive, at least it was for me,
i would suggest to look at the authors works, to understand the point of
the book and the exhibition.
there is a shop that is working with old visual artefacts:
my child and me have several, we really have fun, is like becoming
i've always seen gombrich books, but i never thought of reading him.
my next effort would be zizek. i'm curious about him. does anyone know
him? any suggestion about him?
---->>> by the way, i've been thinking a bit further about symmetry, and
i've seen somehow that there can't be symmetry when every dot in
something is the meaning center. to make symmetry, a dot has to act as a
meaning center. (it has that superb responsability!)
sorry about thinking; if this thread is too long, sorry...
neil jenkins escribió:
> a new preface to art and illusion
>> 1. the book and exhibition "eyes, lies, and illusions"
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