Thursday, July 28, 2005

Ingres

To draw does not mean simply to reproduce contours; drawing does not consist merely of line: drawing is also expression. Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, 1780-1867(edited by Robert John Goldwater and Marco Treves, New York, Pantheon Books, 1945)

4 Comments:

Blogger Quitmoanez said...

At one instance, every thing, in itself, is expression.

Contour is expression of a blind faith.

A trust for the inalienable possibility of an identity for the unity of the one and the many.

And not unity to imply collapse into a single form, but a fantastically re-enchanted real observation of the interplay between one and many, the dot like plenum of continuum, the gelled strings of extant that are me and my circumstances, me and my life.

Ah, it too lives.

I am one, and we are many, it is both, the third order ontology of being.

Environmentus Socialus

it iS

bE

10:27 AM  
Anonymous jc said...

Whoops, the last ten posts by me, I hsould probably stop, eh?

2:53 PM  
Anonymous elblizz said...

nope... keep 'em coming.

8:22 AM  
Blogger Macro said...

Sorry, I have not been posting. I will remedy that soon.

8:39 PM  

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