Tuesday, February 28, 2006

De Kooning's picture plane

 "Space is a pre-condition of all that exists, its appearance is emptiness, and therefore can contain everything; or as de Kooning explained, space contains "billions and billions of hunks of matter...floating around in darkness according to a great design of nothingness." De Kooning's picture plane, to which any shape or image could be attached, is not dissimilar to the relativistic unified field theory that tries to integrate into one comprehensive idea the many clashing bits of data and complex uncertainty of randomness that is modern vieoblogging."

View Sam Rensiew's Red Garden data chaos -with a J.L. Godard comment- by clicking here or enter the crimson forest above./ relinked 02.10.15

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