Unformatted text preview: and bending toward each other. And of course, they leave their mark on the wall, or piece of wood that they must have been until recently, joined with. This new bond between the nails, brought upon them by the hammer, brings two things that together that would ordinarily be far from each other. This is also illustrated in the fact that those two particular nails are red and yellow, where the other nails are all separated by color. A new color, orange, is to be formed in joining these two items, moving to a more complex realm than the right side of the painting. The hammer, on the left side, is shaded – also indicating more complexity, and the far left of the hammer has no detectable outline. ..the blurring of boundaries, perhaps....
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This note was uploaded on 06/27/2009 for the course V 0100 taught by Professor Bromley during the Fall '07 term at NYU.
- Fall '07