Category Archives: retinalechoes

Top: Qui Shihua, Untitled 2005 185x357 Bottom: JMW Turner, Dido Building Carthage, 1815

Celestial Voids, Celestial Infinitudes: JMW Turner and Qui Shihua

He who regards himself in this light will take fear of himself, and observing himself sustained in the mass given him by nature between those two abysses of the Infinite and the Void, will tremble at the sight of these

Top: Qui Shihua, Untitled 2005 185x357 Bottom: JMW Turner, Dido Building Carthage, 1815

Celestial Voids, Celestial Infinitudes: JMW Turner and Qui Shihua

He who regards himself in this light will take fear of himself, and observing himself sustained in the mass given him by nature between those two abysses of the Infinite and the Void, will tremble at the sight of these

Two seascapes side-byside

Seascapes: Gerhard Richter and Hiroshi Sugimoto

The horizon is a human line, magnetizing sight, drawing it forward with a promise of the unknown. With no firmament to stand upon, only the infinite separates the waters above from the waters below. The vastness of the outer reveals

Two seascapes side-byside

Seascapes: Gerhard Richter and Hiroshi Sugimoto

The horizon is a human line, magnetizing sight, drawing it forward with a promise of the unknown. With no firmament to stand upon, only the infinite separates the waters above from the waters below. The vastness of the outer reveals

Death and the Image

The photograph by Capa is the Urimage, the picture calcified by our gaze, become an icon to worship. It is the image of death itself in the modern time. Death by bullet. Death by camera. The sedimentation of history refuses

Death and the Image

The photograph by Capa is the Urimage, the picture calcified by our gaze, become an icon to worship. It is the image of death itself in the modern time. Death by bullet. Death by camera. The sedimentation of history refuses

retinalechoes, the birth

On a barren mountaintop overlooking a desert, a word is uttered. It echoes across the empty valley, and transforms into image. Echo’s humble love becomes the mirror into which Narcissus drowns his self, but also the reflection through which he

retinalechoes, the birth

On a barren mountaintop overlooking a desert, a word is uttered. It echoes across the empty valley, and transforms into image. Echo’s humble love becomes the mirror into which Narcissus drowns his self, but also the reflection through which he