Kunst und Zeitgeist

21. Oktober 2010

The old artists, some working today, are still making an illusion, even Mondrian, and others whose ideas were in a three dimensional concept, worked on canvas constructively whose ideas were on a kinetic basis. They also called for colour in three dimensions but their work was physically static and the colour of their materials were accepted to a point. The end products of their research was a man-made environment. Life does not exist on a two dimentional basis. When one walks down a street the sensation is not only a visual one, but a tactile and sound experience. The artist can no longer concern himself with illusions, he must work on a realistic basis.
- Stephen Willat (?)

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