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“But my face, he said, thou canst not see; mortal man cannot see me and live to tell of it”

– Exodus, 33:20

 

“The replication of the invisible does not belong to the domain of painting”

– Vicente Carducho, Dialogos de la pintura. Su defensa, origen, esencia, definicion, modos y diferencias, 1633

 

This work refers to depictions of visionary experience in the ‘golden age’ of Spanish painting. Such visionary art was and is paradoxical, since a priori, what it depicts can neither be seen nor depicted. Compositionally it owes a lot to the Princeton Continuity offense system of basketball

 

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