The Invisible Made Visible Video (DVD)

Abstract art is interpreted by the viewer. What one person sees as a representation of sadness another may see as a picture of joy. This DVD reflects on the history of Dutch art - specifically abstract images and religious iconography - and its influence throughout history.
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Artists like Rembrandt and Johannes Vermeer attempted to portray the events, the political environment, and social issues happening during their times through the use of abstract images. In fact, in a way, all artists strive to represent ideas and concepts that cannot be seen through their art.

Using art and iconography to represent something intangible like an idea or an event is a strategy used by the sculptor when he fashions a monument to commemorate fallen heroes, or by the architect who designs a building to showcase power.

Artists make the invisible become visible when they translate the abstract into art.

(25 minutes)
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