Painting remains a lively interprise. At it’s heart resides a fundamental paradox, an ambiguity that vexes–as well as propels– the effort to unify illusory, representational space with the “abstract” space of the picture plane.
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George Lakoff has retired as Distinguished Professor of Cognitive Science and Linguistics at the University of California at Berkeley. He is now Director of the Center for the Neural Mind & Society (cnms.berkeley.edu).
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