"The way we look", based on the essay "Ways of seeing" by John Berger, Found on the book "Ways of Reading" 7th ed.
By nature, humans interpret numerous amounts of information through sense. The essay "Ways of seeing" by John Berger, describes a variety of interpretations towards sight. Under normal development, sight comes before communication. Those of an unfortunate birth, who obtain sight, often interpret and attempt to communicate hieroglyphically. This form of communication has the potential to tell the past. "Out of true with the present, these assumptions observe the past. They mystify rather than clarify. (136)" Concurring with the quote, I see every artwork as a form of communication ass…
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