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Brancusi in New York City / “Awakening”

Brancusi’s well known sculptures are known by us mainly from reproductions of photo taken in perfect circumstances of light and background by very skilled photographers.
When visiting this temporary exhibit I realized that what I was seeing in that gallery was totally unique and unable to reproduce in other places. The sculptures seem to have been awaken from a deep sleep; they reflected the ceiling, the lighting fixtures, myself, each other in an inimitable way. They reacted to the environment in a way that Brancusi himself would not have guessed.
I was struck, again, by “the object staring back”.

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CALL ME

The brain and the eye may have a contractual relationship in which the brain has agreed to believe what the eye sees, but in return the eye has agreed to look for what the brain wants

Daniel Gilbert (social psychologist )

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