Janos SugarHungaryVisual Arts2001

This is one of assistant Professor Zshuk’s experiments of mental suggestion. The drawings on the left is the one suggested by the agent, the one in the right is what the percipient registered and reproduced. The reason why they were given space here is because they symbolize efforts and their results well. Even with the best intentions, the difference between aim and realization is so great that if we couldn’t see the two side by side we wouldn’t be able to find the connection between them. The realization can be interpreted together with the concept. Such too is the nature of possible mistakes in an artwork.