(The) Anarchy of Aesthetic & JudgementThe processing of conflicting subjects within one body of work requires different levels of analysis and understanding, suggesting the multitudes of ways in which aesthetic qualities are assessed. Hutchinson objectifies the multiple layers of aesthetic that can appear through various aspects of visual stimuli - transient light and geometric shape and form. A cultural background is relevant in giving context to the emotive imagery juxtaposed alongside the documents of ephemeral non-space, drawing upon ideas suggested by philosopher Immanuel Kant surrounding the critique of judgement and the subjective definition of beauty.
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