Strindberg Project

The Objective World

A Bagatelle By Samuel Nyholm

It's the depiction of reality, that constitutes it's appearance. When the creation of new kinds of images stops, the appearance is stuck in an unsound loop.

On the other hand:
The depiction that does not repeat towards perfection, but distorts the image towards new perspectives. 

The language is opposite: The more words and contexts are alienated from their meaning, the more obscure is the image they depict, the more false and arbitrary it becomes.

They coincide in the idea of an objective world, a realistic image – equally unwittingly.

Objectivity is in your consciousness. Realism in the totality sensations.

Dimensions does not exist until they are created and understood. And of course they can't be. There are none.
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Published: October 12, 2010, 3:56 pm