28 definitions of perception
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As such, the work is not a portrait of Traore, but more a grotesque portrayal of the postcolonial situation in Italy and that country’s perception of immigrants.
The construction of the scene; the construction of the shot; the construction of the spatial configuration; and, hence, the construction of our perception; all take place within possible reversals.
Furthermore, she will clarify how the artists have investigated to what extent the recording mechanisms and material recordings of our lived times represent and influence our perception of temporality.
John Berger backed up the statement quoted above with that classic example of the representation of perception, Magrittes The Key to Dreams (English canvas from the La Clef des Songes series, 1935).