Private Perception

The way that we use language shapes our perception. It’s a game of comparison, using nuances and specifics to focus attention to a detail or a set of details and then set them in relation to another.

Does the way art is used fall into this as well? It obviously has the potential to shape perception, but is it a language? I believe so… but it’s a private language. It’s the Blue Chip Art that escapes the confines of a private language, infecting a broad audience with a perception previously inexperienced.

…This isn’t that…

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