ludwig wittgenstein duck or rabbit theory

Probability theory reduces the perception of uncertainty

The duck-rabbit uncertainty has to do with our paradoxical justifications of something we feel it's wrong for everyone except us to see it as an ambiguously funny artwork.

difference between art and science

In the internet, where paradigms and paradoxes mingle, beauty is not the difference between art and science. The female figure as an ambidextrous signifier: of motherhood, of sexuality, of comfort, of capability.

Not a duck, nor a rabbit, but a curious hybrid that looks like nothing less than itself.

Wittgenstein; Art is necessary for life.

All art is infested by other art.

Leo Steinberg

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duck or rabbit paradox

Perception is a product of mental activity, because we see more with the mind than the eye.

Art curricula need to include more natural science with women reclining on a vividly upholstered wooden chair.

Scientific artist is a genre of artist that contains scientific content.

tears of rainmaker

Objecthood is an issue for sculpture.

Looking carefully is scopophilia. Contradictions, ambiguities and multiple meanings are the bones of art.