do we know what we think about when we see?

Not all things are seen alike – the same thing can never be the same thing twice – The question in an image is an indirect exchange – It comes by way of a signal & a receiver – the feedback loop is alive in time -Accumulations of sensation provide for the interference in meaning –  – what you see is up to who you are – who you are is not a fixed proposition -The image is a mirror and the self stares back – The abstract self is the Object and Subject – The image is of-

A Question Being Posed

A Claim to Identity

books to read when considering the cognitive effects of Abstract Images

The Art of Seeing: An interpretation of the Aesthetic Encounter

Visual Thinking

Art and Visual Perception

Practices of Looking: an introduction to visual culture

What do Pictures Want? The lives and loves of images


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