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About Suggestion Box

How many visual cues do we need to complete a picture in our minds? How does text interact with visual information to produce an image or a story in our brains?

This is an investigation into the limits of visual reduction and the power of suggestion. I'm also interested in the degree to which a work of art meets the viewer and in how hard the viewer is willing to work to have an experience.

Serious inquiry? Droll experiment? Maybe a little of both.

The images and titles on this page are often grouped in twos, threes and fours; together, each group forms a progression around a single idea, sometimes a color I request from folks on Twitter and Facebook.

Want to play? Simply look, read, and let your mind fill in the details - then scroll to the next in the series.

To join in, tell me a color name. Just one. Like pink. Or emerald green. I'll do the rest.

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Jul052011

Red Square: Painterly Realism of a Peasant Woman in Two Dimensions by Kasimir Malevich (Part 1 of 3)

Red Square: Painterly Realism of a Peasant Woman in Two Dimensions, Kasimir Malevich, 1915. Oil on canvas, 20 7/8 x 20 7/8 in (53 x 53). State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

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