By Tim Mehigan
How house - psychological, emotional, visible - is implicated in our buildings of fact and our artwork is the focal point of this set of cutting edge essays. For the 1st time artwork theorists and historians, visible artists, literary critics and philosophers have come jointly to assay the matter of area either inside traditional self-discipline obstacles and throughout them. What emerges is a stimulating dialogue of the matter of embodied house and located recognition that would be of curiosity to the overall reader in addition to experts operating within the fields of paintings heritage and paintings perform, literature, philosophy and schooling
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The theme of reality, and its variable representations, is an enduring dialectic across time and cultures. The singular, ontological Reality (such as it exists) is posited against the metaphysical realities of dream, of its narrative forms in art, literature and film, of the realm of the unconscious, the spiritual, and the imaginary. As an object of philosophical and psychological enquiries, reality, and its manifold articulations through art and science, resonates deeply with thoughts about (human) consciousness.
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Yet the two are – I would claim, as would Kant, along with Wittgenstein – ‘intimately connected’. It is the intimacy of this connection for our consciousness between the concept of space and its visual representation in painting which has concerned me. Russell is right to have pointed to the ‘trouble’ for philosophy, but Wittgenstein points to the real expense of it all. In Culture and Value he has this to say: ‘The human gaze has the power of conferring value on things; but it makes them cost more too’ (Wittgenstein 1980: 1e).
Frameworks, artworks, place : the space of perception in the modern world by Tim Mehigan