REVIEW: João Vasco Paiva's "Cast Away" @ Fundação Oriente

Jun 17, 2014 8:37AM

Since its origins a century ago, modernist abstraction has navigated between two poles: hyper-rationalism and romantic transcendentalism. Today, however, when so many of our formative explorations into the unknown are conducted in the digital realm—where the technological sublime inspires as much (if not more) wonderment than nature—the two are no longer such oppositional coordinates on the map.


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