Positive Signs #25, 26, & 27

June 1, 2011  |  By
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Positive Signs is a weekly series of interpretive diagrams, quotes, and speculations on creativity, optimism*, and the lives of artists, published every Wednesday through June.

emotion tints all human experience, including the high flights of thought.... thought tints all human experience, including the basic sensations of heat and cold, pleasure and pain. feeling and thought are an experiential continuum, and both are ways of knowing. yi-fu tuan. space and place.

Christine Wong Yap, _Positive Sign #25 (Experiential Perspective)_, 2011; glitter pen on gridded vellum; 8.5 × 11 in./21.5 × 28 cm

emotion tints all human experience, including the high flights of thought.... thought tints all human experience, including the basic sensations of heat and cold, pleasure and pain. feeling and thought are an experiential continuum, and both are ways of knowing. yi-fu tuan. space and place.

Christine Wong Yap, _Positive Sign #26 (Emotion tints all human experience)_, 2011; glitter and neon pen on gridded vellum; 8.5 × 11 in./21.5 × 28 cm

experience is compounded of feeling and thought. thought creates distance and destroys the immediacy of direct experience, yet it is by thoughtful reflection that the elusive moments of the past draw near to us in present reality and gain a measure of permanence. yi-fu tuan. space and place.

Christine Wong Yap, _Positive Sign #27 (Experience is compounded of feeling and thought)_, 2011; glitter pen on gridded vellum; 8.5 × 11 in./21.5 × 28 cm

*Notwithstanding brief forays into the nature of space, stuff, experience, and cognition.


Next Wednesday: Positive Signs #28 & 29 on space and place.
See all Positive Signs to date.



1 Comment

  1. Robert Cecil Hanna Says:

    Profound Objects

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