Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Gerco de Ruijter

"How abstract can a landscape become while remaining a landscape?" de Ruijter suggests that "all of these objects arranged to form rows create a new form of abstraction, not because of the image’s emptiness but, to the contrary, because of the presence of so many 'things,' and their patterns and rhythms," as if we could farm and harvest barcodes directly from the ground.

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