Tuesday, February 27, 2007

In essence everything is abstract

Being extremely attentive to detail, or selecting a fragment of reality may at first sight seem like one chooses a narrow view of things. However, by consequently zooming in on things, a new, altogether different reality opens up. Details become unrecognizable and one starts to understand that in essence everything is abstract. It's like repeating a word until it loses its meaning and only the sound remains. Only through our daily contact with things we are able to experience a familiar impression of our surroundings.

Robert Devriendt at Loevenbruck, Nadja Vilenne and Nicole Klagsbrun.

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