Posts Tagged: repetition

Benedict De Spinoza

excerpt from Ethics, and a few threads extending into future thought

Benedict De Spinoza

excerpt from Ethics, and a few threads extending into future thought

NJ Emerging Artist Series solo show, “Grid Paintings”

Images of the Nilson Gallery at Monmouth Museum in Lincroft, NJ, currently hosting a cohesive body of paintings by Michael Burris Johnson

NJ Emerging Artist Series solo show, “Grid Paintings”

Images of the Nilson Gallery at Monmouth Museum in Lincroft, NJ, currently hosting a cohesive body of paintings by Michael Burris Johnson

Passages on the Grid

Passages on the Grid   3 modes of thought             FOREWORD This writing is an exercise of reflection on the grid as a form of expression in painting. The distinctions that are created in this writing are distinctions that

Passages on the Grid

Passages on the Grid   3 modes of thought             FOREWORD This writing is an exercise of reflection on the grid as a form of expression in painting. The distinctions that are created in this writing are distinctions that

Samuel Beckett – on Sisyphus

“I do not think even Sisyphus is required to scratch himself, or to groan, or to rejoice, as the fashion is now, always at the same appointed places. And it may even be they are not too particular about the

Samuel Beckett – on Sisyphus

“I do not think even Sisyphus is required to scratch himself, or to groan, or to rejoice, as the fashion is now, always at the same appointed places. And it may even be they are not too particular about the

Fear and Trembling – Søren Kierkegaard

     Fear and Trembling is a work written by Søren Kierkegaard, under the pseudonym Johannes De Silentio.  Kierkegaard published most of his work under different pseudonyms, taking the dialectical form of Hegel and stretching it out over his oeuvre,

Fear and Trembling – Søren Kierkegaard

     Fear and Trembling is a work written by Søren Kierkegaard, under the pseudonym Johannes De Silentio.  Kierkegaard published most of his work under different pseudonyms, taking the dialectical form of Hegel and stretching it out over his oeuvre,