Tag Archives: Valery Oisteanu

An Abstract mask of the concrete: subconscious cache

It is a fact that nearly everybody, even the least observant person , has a precise, albeit mistaken, idea of what they look like. As a rule, they are dissatisfied with nature’s product. They may be unsympathetic to their reflection … Continue reading

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hollow figures: surreal importance

“The hollow figure of a human head…” is the way one dictionary defines a mask. But surely there must be more to it. What unkind fate has kept us from using masks in our own time? Why do we continue … Continue reading

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