"A painting, like all art, is nothing more than a transgression of ideas; as is every form and every communication. This is best expressed through time itself. For if time is ever held captive to a moment, its content would lose all meaning. A work of art, in the same sense, must never be subjected to a moment's time. The reason is simple: depth requires flexibility of perception, and when the perception is captivated in a moment of time, the subject transforms into a biased interpretation of reality. Thus fixating the audience on an unreal moment of perplexed chaos. In order for beauty to come from chaos, either the subject must be real, or the moment must reflect infinitely."


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