imagia — EN

Towards a neu­rocog­ni­tive the­o­ry of image Black square (1915) by Kaz­imir Male­vich is the most sophis­ti­cat­ed way of pre­sent­ing the essence of paint­ing and — in a sense — the essence of see­ing in gen­er­al. It is a syn­the­sis of both momen­tary acts of per­cep­tion and visu­al imag­i­na­tion, lim­it­ed by the vague frame of atten­tion. author | rewards | […]