"Y sonrían los sibaritas ingleses, casi todos lectores de Hegel,
cuando se hundan en el argentino bife." Lezama Lima
Most of the pictures (iglesias, street art, el Banco de Londres) were taken between down town and San Telmo. There are also pictures of the Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Pilar. Many pictures were taken inside the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and MALBA, others in the Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano Isaac Fernández Blanco.
"Just as [a] Vermeer could not have executed his paintings with
a two-inch-wide brush... particles cannot be sensitive to short-distance
physical processes unless their wavefunction varies over only small scales... according to de Broglie... the wavelength of a particle-wave is inversely
proportional to its momentum... you need high energies to be sensitive
to the physics of short distances..." (Lisa Randall, Warped Passages);
"The variety of painterly color spots
or lines depends on one stimulus or
another that happens outside of a
rational establishment of those lines
and spots, that is, they are in a non-
objective state: the blind dark norm"
(Kazimir Malevich, The World as
Objectlessness, Hatje Cantz 2014);
"A Tanagra, Egyptian, or Congo statuette
often gives the impression of a colossal
statue, while a poor, mediocre piece of sculpture
appears to be of the size of a pin-head, for it is
devoid of this boundless sense of space...
intensity or energy..."(Max Weber, quoted
in Linda Henderson, The Fourth Dimension);