Conversation of Sight in Collage
The ordinary man’s eye is a sextant useful for measuring form only. The artist’s eye surveys form and color both, and by juxtaposing shades uses each as a compass to measure the other.
– from Sens-Plastique, by Malcolm de Chazal (edited and translated by Irving Weiss; New York: SUN ,1979)
(All artwork, descriptions, & other text [except for quotations] created & copyright © by Eric Edelman. All rights reserved.)