Τρίτη 15 Δεκεμβρίου 2015

Painting the Invisible of the Visible

                                         Εικόνες σημερινές από τη Στοά Σπυρομήλιου

Άλλο πολύ πρόσφατο απόκτημα: The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Phenomenology (D. Zahavi, ed.), 2015 (2012).

Από τα πάρα πολλά άρθρα/κεφάλαιά του, διαλέγω αποσπάσματα από 2 κεφάλαια (chapters 26&27).

J. Brough, "Something that is Nothing but can be Anything: The Image and our Consciousness of it" (p. 545-563).

"Mark Rothko said that 'there is no such thing as a good painting about nothing' ... Paintings that matter are about something that matters. But it is precisely because the painting itself, as an image, has the peculiar nature of being 'nothing' that it can be about something. Images enrich our experience by folding into themselves the world and our relation to it, our feelings and our beliefs, offering them to our contemplation and bringing their truth before us, moving and delighting us. Though images may be nothing real, nothing embraces reality better." (p. 562)

R. Bernet, "Phenomenological and Aesthetic Epoché: Painting the Invisible Things Themselves" (p. 564-582).

"The more a painting moves away from a re-presentation of the perceived reality of things and the world, the more prominent its task of presenting the hidden 'forces' that inhabit and govern painted things and the world becomes. It should come as no surprise that philosophers who take the real world to be a battlefield of antagonistic forces are also particularly sensitive to the forces that manifest themselves in paintings and other artworks." (p. 575)

Tom DeLonge, The Invisible Parade:

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