Erik Pevernagie-"Labyrinth of the mind"-Heidegger-Phenomenology





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Published on Jul 19, 2013

This painting "Labyrinth of the mind." emphasizes the countless corridors that run through our minds, the numerous unconscious wishes and subdued desires that cross the speedy highways of our brains.
Erik Pevernagie likes to paint phenomena.
Phenomena are facts, occurrences, circumstances which are perceptible by senses.
He likes to paint things as they appear every day, how they are engraved in his memory.
How they react in the arsenal of his imagination, how he experiences things in their environment.
That is why he calls himself a "phenomenological painter".
Philosopher Martin Heidegger would say: He lets things come with "Gelassenheit", with releasement towards things, with a Chinese attitude of Wu-Wei, with a spirit of "let it be, let it be" of the Beatles.
The brain absorbs all the phenomena and creates a labyrinth in the mind.

Pevernagie composes this labyrinth of thinking in a linear, geometric structure.
http://www.pevernagie.com/ ; https://www.facebook.com/pages/Erik-P...


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