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Meaning and Composition

21/06/2009

Meaning is created by the association of one object with another.
Meaning is created by the association of an object with nothing.
Meaning is created by the absence of an object.
Meaning is created by the void in which we expect an object.
Meaning is created by the association of an object with the viewer.
Meaning is created by the association of an object with sound.
Meaning is created by the association of an object with word.
Meaning is created by the association of an object with colour.

Meaning is created by the association of word with sound.
Meaning is created by the association of sound with colour.
Meaning is created by the association of colour with word.
Meaning is created by the association of word with viewer.
Meaning is created by the association of sound with viewer.
Meaning is created by the association of colour with viewer.

Meaning is created by the association of a number of these elements with each other.

Meaning is not necessarily created cognitively.

Meaning is created by the artist.
Meaning is created by the viewer.
Meaning is created by the object.
Meaning is created by the sound.
Meaning is created by the colour.
Meaning is created by the word.
Meaning is created by the lack thereof.

Meaning is affected by the social context.
Meaning is affected by the political context.
Meaning is affected by the weather.

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