PUBLICACIONES

TIERRA DEL FUEGO: TREES WITHOUT SHADOWS
INTERVIEW JOHN K. GRANDE 2005
TO BE IN MATTER, TO BE IN SCULPTURE
STEEL HORSES
STONE AND IMAGE
INTRODUCTION - by Tim Scott
STEEL WILLOWS
ABOUT FRANCISCO GAZITUA
MATTER
INTERVIEW TO ANTHONY CARO
TEXTS LILY KASNER
BLACK AND WHITE
BRIDGES
ART AND SCIENCE
THE COMMITMENT WITH SCULPTURE IN THE PUBLIC SPACE

 

ART AND SCIENCE
My last contact with any science was in the area of what at that time we called human sciences, and more specifically, philosophy.
In 1966, after four years of dedicating my time exclusively to philosophical thinking, I delivered the final thesis for my degree. The title of this thesis was "Art as Knowledge".
Forty-five years later, in preparation for today’s meeting, I unburied my thesis again. In it, I found a paragraph that I believe still describes the way to get closer to the reality of understanding the difference between a scientist and an artist: "In the aesthetic relationship, the subject is facing the object with the totality of his human experience, not only with intelligence, but also with sensitivity and emotion."

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