Hidden in the way - Aisthesis of Pareidolia
Hidden in the way - Aisthesis of Pareidolia. Fortaleza, CE - 2021
Like someone telling a story, Dan Pelegrin presents various configurations for the term "pareidolia", from the viewpoint of several artists, scientists, psychologists, Latin American and Oriental native peoples, among others. Dan adds unique meanings and configurations to the term, presenting visual fabulations that conjugate nature, time, and chance. He also revives memories by producing, collecting, and articulating images of the places where he lived. Pelegrin plays with the history and the nature of representation through pareidolia and, with Leonardo da Vinci and several other artists, links this activity, this way of looking, to artistic invention. Professor Pamela Merrill Brekka, who writes the book's introduction, mentions that Dan's photographs, drawings and paintings of machines, humanoids, and dragons reliably "present us with deeply meditative responses to both nature and the supernatural, as well as to human intervention in the natural world."
Art - Brazil.
Art - Brazil, Photography, Memory, Psychology.
USD - $46,00
Preço da versão capa dura:
BRL - R$ 230,00