reblogged: Visible And Invisible Forces Of The Singularity

2007.08.04 (Saturday, August 4)


The review by ngel Kalenberg of the book MediaArtHistories at network_performance elaborates on the subject of my post, What Can’t Be Seen, Must Be Shown:

Art’s mission, maintained Paul Klee, is to make the invisible visible. Rilke added that “we are the bees of the invisible.” Normally, art is composed of a material that an artist works, armed with a technique to achieve a form. Thus, Robert Klein held that Alberti, Brunelleschi, Leonardo, and Durer sought to render the idea intelligible in and through the palpable form.

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