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Carolyn Schlam, Meaning in the Visual

I recently published an essay at about the philosophies underlying perceptual and conceptual artworks.

“I consider myself a perceptual artist, focused on the visual elements of my images– the texture, color, saturation, intensity, flavor, substantiation, quality, shape, etc. of the marks I make on paper or canvas. I also care that all of these elements produce an image that I can call “evocative”. What does this mean exactly? It means that the image is not merely descriptive, that it suggests, in a metaphoric way, something deeper, other, more meaningful than just itself.”

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