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 Paul Klee: “Art does not reproduce the visible rather, it makes visible
picture 30 Oct 2008 @ 16:49, by Heiner Benking

this is what I encountered last night:
“Art does not reproduce the visible rather, it makes visible"

Visibility and concreteness in modern times. A theme I care for since 15+ and more years.
How can we make visile and tangible so people and feel and are not dumbed down ?
Concreteness and Subjectivity had always to do with something we cvan hold, moce, see freom diffent directions and distances.
I will not go into humane society or caberculture - but revisit, Paul Klee, Franz Marc, and artist I adore.
Paul Klee last night: “Art does not reproduce the visible rather, it makes visible.”

I am lost and found between Paul Klee “to make visble” and Franz Marc “to see with new eyes”.

so maybe I am an artist as I make visible - more about thsi and the early days of visualisation down below.

What is art and science good for ? - are there exact and fine arts ? - is the piece of art without its frame/context telling much ? - do we need order and measure/scale to judge, position, orient ourself and others?

Lots of questions pop up.

How silly is this world society struggling blindly without frames of references ? mixing issues, proportions consequences ? I I sthe ar world society ? or only the “we” guyy fighting against aliens - it took me 25 years to get what threspassing means - as I was close but not really involved withe secene and survival at that time…
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