Guess – how do I read this picture ?

 

how do I read this face? – broken cubomania pieces of mass media consumption fragmented into appeals desires longings pleas claims values beliefs ideologies cut corners unevenly joined to context and meaning – the gaze the look glamour bewitchment bamboozled by beauty created with magical make-up artistry in light & shadow in the photographer’s lens digitally transformed a kiss from lips revealed cleavage leaves you guessing connecting the dots filling the squares looking for clues circling the words that you try to read between the lines of uncertainty

 

Asemic Tarot Reading 1

 

Asemic Tarot Card 59 – Delving

Asemic Tarot Card 15 – Subject of the composition

Asemic Tarot Card 60 – the Power

 

Let’s say no more of the acronym.

The milieu among culturally

astute murmurations

arrives with the train –

a solution to this bizarre enigma

Echoes in the time isolation procedure.

 

 

Forced heterogeneous alien storks imply

a saturation of lost time and empty doorways –

seeking twisting branches and clinging ivy.

 

 

The eyes rest on widow-sills,

but the contents are dry, meaningless;

Sleep is forgotten.

A winged flight translation of a flower bird sleeping –

It’s just complicated to find memory in one go.

 

 

 

Asemic Tarot Card 58 -Cubomania Gaze

Tips on feeding the Gazing Forest.

Mount real imports –

seek

The Antler Builder.

 

Reproduce original of symbols.

Squares method to cubomania;

Name contents with entoptic typography;

Can collage butter with metaphors and feathers –

Do It Tuesday at eleven corners.

 

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Watch Romanian practices.

Types of usage called automatically – often The Opposed Gaze;

Smiles are similes of tropes, to be reassembled and given unknown certain regard.

 

The Latest Description Of Theoretical Woods.

 

Cubomania collages:

angry eyes melt,

the butter knives slip

into

a silent chorus –

or so sleeps the automatism cow.

 

Image materialization surautomatism,

the Making of The Gaze.

 

Highest skull annotation that spirals Coyote’s cognition and clears ambient silent salient beacon images is surautomatism; Uharte handia, picture image squares indecipherable methods still strands, either I applies.

 

Octopus whispers,

the meadow is full of wine,

count the footsteps lingering in the air.

 

No translation memories found. Consider more lenient enforced isolation of an absurdist epoch in an ingenious but complicated procedure. Seek the echoes of their eyes in the branches of the latent content, wingless birds, mere summaries of dried forgotten flowers.

 

Controversial lynxes fly through rapidly diminishing litotes catacombs – Eases taxonomy maintenance.

 

An equal grouping believe this, as they wash their faces in the lunar breezes, but the random circles’ sleep of integral vacuum mezzotints cuts the pictorial symbiosis like a peregrine falcon’s glance.

 

That Purple Order that deconstructs In The Without staggers into The Gaze, by then an ant suggests a graphomania of bygones, which rises reassembled, born to wander solitary.

 

 

We of Images number tendency beyond ” surrealists ” – going is into which surautomatism are in copper time with a baroque table. You choose the type of kitty litter that will be purchased next month. Remember the Moon’s many faces – this is the boundary of the brain key pole from the water of the comet’s polarization epiphany.

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In Lacanian psychoanalytic theory,

the Gaze is the anxious state of mind

that comes with the self-awareness

that ONE can be seen and looked at.

The psychological effect upon the person subjected to the gaze is a loss of autonomy upon becoming aware that he or she is a visible object. ( The Gaze )

Print advertisements often employ images of humans

whose gaze may be focused

on an object or region within the advertisement.

Gaze cues are powerful factors

in determining

the focus of our attention,

but

there have been no Systematic studies

exploring

the impact of gaze cues

on attention to print advertisements.

We tracked participants’ eyes

whilst they read an on-screen magazine

containing advertisements

in which

THE MODEL

either looked at

The PRODUCT

being advertised

or

towards

THE VIEWER.

 

When the model’s gaze was directed at the product,

participants spent longer looking at the product,

the brand logo

and the rest of the advertisement

compared to when the model’s gaze

was directed towards

THE VIEWER.

These results demonstrate

that

the focus of reader’s attention

can be readily manipulated

by

GAZE

CUES

provided by models

in advertisements,

and that these influences

go beyond simply

drawing attention

to the cued area

of the advertisement.

(Copyright © 2010 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.)

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