Exposition

THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF ORBS IN ART. (2013)

Christopher Hollins

About this exposition

This exposition documents an attempt to create objects that remove all intelligent ideas of recognition from your powers of observation. The works are designed to generate a condition of mind called Object Recognition Breakdown Syndrome. This condition – known as ORBS – is experienced when we find ourselves faced with an object that upholds none of the values associated to any ideas we hold to give what we see an intelligent form of identity. The purpose of this work is to provoke a sensation generated by animal instinct from the depth of your mind.
typeresearch exposition
date23/08/2012
published21/06/2013
last modified21/06/2013
statuspublished
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/26502/26503
doihttps://doi.org/10.22501/rc.26502
published inResearch Catalogue

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