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Gone, Missing


Seeing and blindness are not true opposites, but rather constitute a complex whole that allows the world to appear. By means of the scotoma, this essay takes up the project of a phenomenological-aesthetic description of the role that blindness plays in seeing and, more specifically, in the seeing of paintings.

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