by Artist & Writer
The notion that colour is bound up with the fate of Western culture sounds odd, and not very likely. But this is what I want to argue: that colour has been the object of extreme prejudice in Western culture. For the most part, this prejudice has remained unchecked and passed unnoticed.Read More
“Trade is also but for a time, and must give way to somewhat broader and better, whose signs are already dawning in the sky”
Ralph Waldo Emerson in The Young American
The Transcendentalists were a group of American anti materialists from the late 1820s and 1830s, who sought an alternative to the industrial economy amidst nature, in the simple life. Transcendentalism developed as a reaction against 18th century rationalism among a group of mostly New England thinkers and writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau.
Art is the creation that comes closest to reminding us of a genuine meeting. Because in meeting with Art we are forced to meet ourselves.Read More