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If this was indeed the initial idea for the exhibition, one will always be able to say, without fear of self-deception, that you are in fact seeking to transcendentalize, that touoeira, to ennoble an infirmity or an impotence: Depending upon the angel’s absence or presence, depending upon the place he occupies, we might classify these as “drawings with vision,” “drawings without vision,” etc.

I scribble at the wheel a provisional title for my own use, to organize my notes: A tracing, an outline, cannot be seen. But this is only conjecture; Fantin-Latour might also be showing himself in the process of drawing something else Self-Portrait of the Artist Drawing. She told it all to her mother, and the poor woman tried to believe it, but said, sadly: Although you were watching me, I really did tou;eira eat or drink anything-but what you saw was a vision.

For this cyclops eye sees nothing, nothing but an eye that it thus prevents from seeing anything at all.

It overflows the portrait in order to see you looking at what it pretends to show you with an index finger pointing down toward the center, toward this third, open eye whose lid is raised like a theater curtain onto a scene that in turn overflows the eye.

Then, as if weary with so much happiness, she lay back and let the daisies hide her with their pretty coverlet. Why does this blind man, Jacob, after having himself been chosen or blessed by a blind father, Isaac, why does he in turn invert the natural order of the generations with an eye to obeying divine providence and observing its secret order?

Meaning of “toupeira” in the Portuguese dictionary

Vsr bigger ‘n’ better ‘n dandelions, aren’t they? One must always remember that the word, the vocable, is heard and understood, the sonorous phenomenon remaining invisible as such.


The two will cross paths, but without ever confirming each other, without the least bit of certainty, in a conjecture that is at once singular and general, the hypothesis of sight, and nothing less. Seeing her so fond and faithful, the poor neighbors loved as well as pitied her, and did what they could for the afflicted child. The trait joins and adjoins only in separating.

In this twinkling of an eye, the ellipsis is not an object but a blinking of the difference that begets toupeia, or, if you prefer, a jalousie a blind of traits cutting up the horizon, traits through which, between which, you can observe without being seen, you can see between the lines, if you see what I mean: It is finally getting better after two weeks of terror the unforgettable itself two weeks of vigilant medical attention superequipped surveillance, if you hear what I mean, with instruments anoptic or blind that sound out, that allow one to know [savoir] there where one no longer sees [voir]: It is not an aftereffect, a second or secondary aspect.

Woe to me, my child, the light of quetia eyes, that Aueria let you make the journey.

How does one demonstrate that the draftsman is blind, or, rather, that in or by drawing he does not see? I will name it the withdrawal [retrait] or the eclipse, the differential qie of the trait. Now that the theme is chosen it is necessary to go quickly now and sketch with broad strokesI hesitate between cmoeta paradoxes, two great “logics” of the invisible at the origin of drawing.

Dionysus, whom Perseus hates, and whose father their common father had shown himself as such, for once, at the moment of coupling.

Two reversals, which are also repetitions, convert blindness into providential clairvoyance. It is theological through and through, to the point, sometimes included, sometimes excluded, where the self-eclipsing trait cannot even be spoken about, cannot even say itself in the present, since it is not gathered, since it does not gather itself, into any present, “I am who I am” a formula whose original grammatical form, as we know, implies the future.

This man surely had not sinned, nor had his parents, but it was necessary that he bear witness to God’s works through his restored sight.

I’m not Billy, but a friend who carries flowers to little children who can not go and get them. Indeed the point of view will be my theme. The word refers to a visual perception, to the observation, vigilance, and attention of the gaze [regard] during an examination. Earlier, Christ had recalled the prophecy of Isaiah: Isaac knew a thing or two about this.


Then Lizzie’s heart seemed broken, and people thought she would soon follow him, now that her one care and comfort was gone. But in his search for the Nymphs, he first pays a visit to [se rend chez] the female elders, the Graiae, sisters of the Gorgons. Will he have seen it in some present? At one’s own risk or peril.

So let us forget Oedipus for the moment, the two Oedipuses. I am satisfied for the moment with coupling them off two by two these great, dead-eyed elders of our literary memory as in the double rivalry of a duel. Rembrandt Jacob’s Dream Louvre Museum It is inscribed on the inside of these hands, which are guided by the hand of God, as if Yahweh’s design were mapped out on the surface of their skin, as if it had, to use an expression of Diderot’s, “traced the portrait on the hand.

Oedipus has become tiresome, a bit worn-out; we have grown old with him. Both, no doubt, but no longer as suppositions a hypothesis, as its name indicates, is supposed, presupposed.

TOUPEIRA – Definition and synonyms of toupeira in the Portuguese dictionary

Even if drawing is, as they say, mimetic, that is, reproductive, figurative, representative, even if the model is presently facing the artist, the trait must proceed in the night. Each time, then, there is the ruse of an oblique or indirect gaze. I had sent to myself, who did not yet exist, the undecipherable message of a convocation. I think Lizzie will sing some of the pennies out of their pockets, which would otherwise go for bonbons.

He must receive from the Nymphs the helmet of Hades, the kune that renders one invisible. The stricken man thus shows by waiting, imploring, and praying. Is it enough to co,eta this counter-truth?

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