The smear that discloses world: Material and perception in painting
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The thesis reads Gilles Deleuze’s lectures on painting from 1981 to develop a theory of painting as a mereological activity, concerned with the relations of parts to one another and to wholes. Painting from observation is taken as a case by which painting performs the broader aesthetic function of exemplifying efficacy.
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