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the viewer is left to his own conclusions Does "the viewer is left to his own conclusions, and even with a sense of vertigo" mean "the viewer is free to understand it in any way and even might experience a feeling of dizziness"? Context: Fait (a series of exhibited photographs) is as much a physical experience as an intellectual and emotional one. Surrounded by the shifting planes, confused by the absence of recognizable scale and loss of perspective in these intentionally abstract details, the viewer is left to his own conclusions, and even with a sense of vertigo.
Sep 12, 2018 12:02 PM
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Yes, you are correct. However, it also implies that the art does not provide closure. Not only are you free to understand on your own, but you must understand it on your own. Thanks, Stephen
September 12, 2018
Yes, exactly.
September 12, 2018
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