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    My first thoughts.

    The Tower
    The Eiffel Tower, shot at a weird angle, which makes it look bent. There's a fair amount of people under it, who don't seem to know why exactly they are there. Never been there myself. I wonder what the architect was like and what he was thinking while designing the tower. Some buildings in the distance.

    The Space
    An empty room, which would be cold, but the floor and shadows cast a certain warm feeling on it. There's a weird stairwell, I wonder where it takes me? On the right wall there are some strange window-things. The bars in the back look like a fork. There's another brighter room to the right, which is a lot colder. I like the way the shadows play in the picture. I wonder what the room is used for.

    The Painting
    A big statue looking out of a building. Reminded me of a baby at first for some reason, also reminded me of something from Alice in Wonderland . There are two people, who strangely aren't confused about the bizarreness around them. There's a tower in the distance, that's about to collide with a train. I wonder what that box is about. Also, a weird rock figure near the men.

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    The statue in the window looks trapped. Poor guy looks like he may be going to get his head chopped off. What is that right in the middle? Looks like a polar bear sunbathing. Those two guys look like they are up to no good. Some kind of drug deal maybe. What a weird looking train station. Looks like aliens might live there. Looks authoritarian.

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    I chose the image "A Space."

    The shape of the room at first is surprising and yet comforting in a way. I see a walk way and notice the lighting. At first the walk way almost reminded me of a stair case with the railing. I notice the walls and the next room. The pillar under the walk way. The empty desk like think that gives off an air of unfriendliness. In some ways the room strikes a cord with feelings of a long journey or loneliness. The wood floors are nice but are lacking in a way. The window like things in the wall add to and yet diminish the room. The court yard like thing outside of the room appears to be all walled in protected and yet set apart. It's as if the coldness of the cement expresses my feelings of this scene. I imagine the type of echo this rooms has and it makes it seem all the more cold. The room itself is empty and void. I see the possibilities of what it could be, but I don't see it as being warm. The forest type thing in the upper right hand corner changes the mood of the image more diminishing from it's effect than anything and yet serving no purpose and having no plausible reason for existing in that place. The apparent windows are nice, but they give a feeling of openness that can't quite be found comfortable due to the room itself not being calming or comforting. The room is tranquil, but too tranquil. It is as if someone would go insane just staying in it for an extended period of time. The shadows add to it a depth that is interesting to say the least. The room appears cold and impersonal, it has no life just decay and loneliness.

    Well, that's about it. There are more little observances but that's the main ideas.
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    I chose the painting. I'm not much of an art critic, but my first impression is that I like it and find it intriguing -- it makes me want to examine it more closely. I'm especially drawn to the juxtaposition of the detailed classical objects (especially the dimension they have) and the more modern, linear perspective of the rest of the painting. The painting has a lot of depth visually. I love the statue in the foreground looking out the window. It's such a melancholy image, and it makes me wonder what the artist was trying to say, or whether there was any intent other than surrealism. In a strange way, that part of the painting immediately reminded me of seeing the Mouth of Truth when I was in Rome...maybe it's the hands coming out of the windows, but I don't think that's all of it. Maybe it's also the coldness of the statue's face and the classical-meets-modern feel of the entire painting, which was one of the most striking things to me about Rome. When I look more closely, I notice that the statue's head isn't attached to anything. Do people sit on the platform beneath that window to look at the bust? I only really attend to the rest of the painting after I've focused on the first part. I wonder what the two men in the background are doing. They don't seem to be there to admire the art...it seems like they're going about their daily business, and all this just happens to be around them.

    That's way more analysis than I would typically do for a painting, I think.

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    Image: Space
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    First impressions... It feels soft, it feels light (but some underlying weight or pressure, the materials, the floor and the walls, there's some sort of heaviness) , it seems mysterious and scary but at the same time cozy, neat, a place I could enjoy being, it has feeling of nature, the weather , misty, like it had been a storm a long time ago and the sun was recharging its batteries. It seems like it's underground, the light is coming from high above, with almost spiritual serenity. The other room separated with a window (the room on the right) reminds of jail's basketball court, a restricted area, cold facility. The atmosphere completely switches.

    I feel like I want to walk at the end of the room, to the source of light, and I could imagine something pulling me up. Not like hovering, but a device. Not ufo or anything like that. It'd feel natural just to sit on the bench and let your mind wonder caring not of the time of the day or existence. Just enjoy the atmosphere. But then I'd want to see what's at the end of the stairs; I could see some sort of artificial garden, contemporary Eden, it filled with plants and green and such a opposite sight to the one in the picture.

    There's a shadow on the floor, it's not human, more like reflection of a human, a ghost of something. He's almost in the middle of floors, not completely being or fading, undecided.

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    Tower-it looks like a up the skirt shot of a girl robot, that or a hand coming down from the sky and the people are either fixing be grabbed and taken to a secret lair or they’re going to be pissed on. She appears to come from that building ways a way where an evil scientist lives and he’s going “muahahahaha” like most scientists tend to when they’re mad. He’s very cliché also one of the people is falling over in dispair because the hand has taken his loved one and clearly it’s very upsetting. People are in too much shock which is why they’re just strolling along minding their own business. Clearly this picture was taken in the future.

    Space-Black lines too symmetrical, probably caused insanity and who was once in this room killed themselves and everyone in it because the lines were just too straight. I’m sure some escaped through that window to the right but not sure if they made it this place does not exist in our world, so we have to be careful about our perceptions of it as it is not what it seems. So careful behind the wall with the scary lines, is probably some evil experiment so I would not go here unless forced. If you find your self in this place, don’t panic if you panic you’ll go insane faster. Like quicksand the more you struggle the faster you schwuck.



    Painting-A giant mad of marble clearly has that “I’m a zombie” look now can’t be sure if he is a zombie, sleep deprived, or retarded that doesn’t matter as he can’t get out of the house so we don’t have to worry about him eating brains. I bet he is a real zombie I bet those to smaller guys drugged him and built a house that can never be knocked down around him to keep everyone safe from a giant zombie. He’s trying to fit his arm through the window to grab those men and get his revenge on them, either that or in the box in front of him, which probably has brains of animals to feed him and because who ever delivered his dinner set it too far from him. Which could also explain the look on his face.

    Was this correct? That was the first thing I notice with this pictures.
    In no likes experiment.

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    i dunno what else to say so

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    Reading the thread, I'm surprised I didn't pick up on the fact that the statue head is missing from the statue on the plinth in the background! I wonder if I would have noticed if I were looking at a larger version of the painting. Surrealist paintings are usually small, though.

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    First things to come into my head or be noticed.

    A tower
    Misty day, strange perspective, curve. (I obviously thought Paris too )

    A space
    Colours faded, dull, empty, doesn't give me much interest.

    A painting
    Cool colours, interesting shapes and angles, old fashioned.
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    A painting

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    Ooh. My kind of painting! Something to think about. But I do hate these rich, warm, autumn colors. Oh well. I can relate to the statue in the building – confined, but trying to reach out. Like Pinocchio desiring to be a real boy. The hand in the foreground looks much softer, fluid, limp than the well-defined, rigid, strong hand in the back. I wonder if that is intentional? Yes, I think it is intentional. Let’s see…the “right hand” is usually considered the “good hand”, as many references in the Bible suggest. Hence the reason being left-handed was so strongly corrected until only fairly recently. The left is considered the wayward direction. So giving into temptation equals lack of strength equals poorly-defined character equals poorly-developed hand. I like that the statue appears blind, yet is attempting to peer out the window. What is the point of a window if one is blind? It’s all an illusion. People think they are seeing life clearly, yet they are so ignorant...I am so ignorant. The disembodied, floating head (heh…I’m reminded of how prplchknz often comments on how Vent participants are “disembodied voices”) makes me feel that the character is out of touch with their core, their instinct, and separated from the hands...thinking one way and doing another. Hmm...what’s up with the box? I don’t know. I don’t really care about the box. The box is boring. Actually, I’m not really interested in anything else in this painting.

    I'm open to the chorus' comments.

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    The Tower
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    -Span of lower arch-wide
    -red jacket (tourist)
    -Perspective (angle of tower, height into sky, etc.)
    -left side curve up towards top- very dramatic
    -empty space of sky in upper right
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