'What you SEE is not what you Believe, but what you BELIEVE is what you See', interpret sentence!
i am a firm believer of "What you SEE is not what you Believe, but what you BELIEVE is what you See" this very sentence was influential for building my interest in illusn images and artworks.
You see things in a way that you believe them to be. Rational or not you basically believe and see only what you wish even if it means missing the truth in the picture.
We are at the mercy of our perception. We can only see the world through interpretations. So perception versus reality will almost never align.
What you, "see" or reality as is will barely align with what you "believe" or perceive.
Abstract artwork is crafted around the mercy of our perception. The world for you and me, or him and her, or them can only be "believed." Life is this huge leap of faith because no matter how certain we are of science and existence we still are at the mercy of our perception.
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