The Meaning of Emptiness


Hasegawa Tohaku – Pine Trees (1590)

„Emptiness doesn’t mean „nothingness“ or „energy-less“; rather, in many cases, it indicates a condition […] which will likely be filled with content in the future. On the basis of this assumption, the application of white is able to create a forceful energy for communication.“

(Kenya Hara)

Aus dem schönen Buch White von Kenya Hara erschienen bei Lars Müller Publishers.

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By David Gilbert