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I'm reading a book (with a title I think is intriguing in itself}: "Seeing is forgetting the name of the thing one sees." It is about the artist Robert Irwin. Here are some of his comments:''
"Art exists not in objects but in a way of seeing."
"The presence of anything of something, anything, everything is untainted. The ordinary could we but see it, is as extraordinary as the highest consciousness imaginable."
"Who cares about virtual reality—there's all this reality, incredible, inexhaustible, astonishing reality—present all around!"