Ancient Art in Miniature. Near Eastern Seals from the by Holly Pittman

By Holly Pittman

Исследования искусства Ирана IV-II тыс. до н.э. по материалам коллекции музея Метрополитен и коллекции Черкаски.

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He had penetrated the surface of reflection and the unexplored landscapes of the rhizosphere beckoned him. He saw his way out, his line of flight, and he understood that one step through the door was the same as two through the mirror. He left quietly. He never saw himself go. Part 2 Now, many years on, Challenger still felt the old wounds. Too deep to recover entirely, they continued to gnaw at his soul and haunt his memory. They had opened a fearful chasm that offered oblivion and he had been sorely tempted, but scars eventually covered over the abyss and Challenger discovered he was not alone.

As Challenger addressed them, the audience realised with horror that in the expressionist mess that his face had become, it was increasingly difficult to distinguish it from his head, and moreover, his actual head from the head in the painting. Challenger himself was in fact deterritorialising on the spot, his head becoming the head on the canvas. For those still prepared to look into that terrible mouth their horrified gaze began to overwhelm their embodied consciousness. They were being drawn inexorably into the mouth, which itself became no longer recognisable as a particular organ, but simply a hole through which they entered into Challenger’s own experience, into the chaos of becoming a man-beast accident.

Challenger only smiled magnanimously, terrifyingly, at his interlocutors and asked for their patience. Then, speaking even faster than before, cut his spreading rhizome of dialogue back to a nodal offshoot that grew in rough proximity to it’s origin, and put to ransom the entire history of Western painting. ’ He bellowed. The audience were once again startled into attention. Part 8 Challenger explained that beyond the flat surface of Egyptian creation, Christianity was the breeding ground of Western art.

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