Lara Kantardjian

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On the Road: the sublime void – 1

‘…the work of art also represents a state of final equilibrium, of accomplished order and maximum relative entropy, and there are those who resent it. But art is not meant to stop the stream of life. Within a narrow span of duration and space the work of art concentrates a view of the human condition; and sometimes it marks the steps of progression, just as a man climbing the dark stairs of a medieval tower assures himself by the changing sights glimpsed through its narrow windows that he is getting somewhere after all.’
– Rudolph Arnheim
from Entropy and Art (final words), 1971

Taken in Larnaca, Paris, Brighton, Bruges, London, Tuscany

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