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Seeing What I Like & Liking What I See - 120 Mind-Eye Colour Photographs by Charles Colbert

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The breathtaking complexity of the human mind-eye is here explored through its unique relations. The mysterious and revolving correlations between thought, sight, and desire are examined by means of photographs. Discrete aspects of seeing are isolated and analyzed within a wide range of scenes. Personal preferences and their baffling beginnings are probed.Charles Colbert is a designer and teacher who believes that thoughtful daily efforts to see rearrange the way we understand things - both past and future. He assumes that the primary purpose of seeing is to enlarge our potential for thoughtful growth.

81 pages of text, followed by 120 photographs. Dent in top edge of front board, rear hinge cracked, with webbing visible, but binding holding. Dust jacket creased and torn.

Weight 1600g. Size 26.8 x 30.8 x 2.5 cm oblong.

Item details

Author(s):
Charles Colbert
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0944853048
ISBN-13:
9780944853047
Publisher:
Pendaya Publications, Louisiana USA, 1991

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The breathtaking complexity of the human mind-eye is here explored through its unique relations. The mysterious and revolving correlations between thought, sight, and desire are examined by means of photographs. Discrete aspects of seeing are isolated and analyzed within a wide range of scenes. Personal preferences and their baffling beginnings are probed.Charles Colbert is a designer and teacher who believes that thoughtful daily efforts to see rearrange the way we understand things - both past and future. He assumes that the primary purpose of seeing is to enlarge our potential for thoughtful growth.

81 pages of text, followed by 120 photographs. Dent in top edge of front board, rear hinge cracked, with webbing visible, but binding holding. Dust jacket creased and torn.

Weight 1600g. Size 26.8 x 30.8 x 2.5 cm oblong.

Author(s):
Charles Colbert
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0944853048
ISBN-13:
9780944853047
Publisher:
Pendaya Publications, Louisiana USA, 1991

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