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Pyramid, U.F.O.L.A., Rotating Yaqui Mask

Cirrus Gallery

542 S. Alameda Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
1974

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Carl G Jung Quotes

Jean Bazaine writes, “…this bottle rack, torn from its utilitarian context and washed up on the beach, has been invested with the lonely dignity of the derelict, good for nothing, there to be used, ready for anything, it is alive. It lives on the fringe of existence, its object, own disturbing, absurd life.” The disturbing object that is the first step to art. – Man and His Symbols; Carl G Jung

Jung comments, “In its weird dignity and abandonment, the object was immeasurably exalted and given significance that can only be called magical. Hence its disturbing absurd life. It became an idol and at the same time an object of mockery. Its intrinsic reality was annihilated.” – Man and His Symbols; Carl G Jung