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Mark Crumb Visual Pleasure Upon opening the eyes and scrutinising the sometimes bold meaninless useless exciting energized and subtleties around us we find they are mere fragments of the intertwined world we live in We can only but try to examine the fruits of our labours trying to define the differences in texture within existence Science labours for centuries to only understand yet not reproduce in many circumstances Yet we as humans take our everyday senses for granted and we persist in a perpetual upward struggle to perfect the pleasure hidden within the unknown We cannot proceed without the thought of pleasure in some manner or another to stay stagnent and motionless would only provoke a life worse than death a montage of dillusion hidden around a skin shroud To know where we are headed to steer towards our imaginary light to reach out and climb that rung further on our mind ladder these images are what probably drives us further into the almost infinate maze of pleasure Why bold Powerful and intelligent designs that entomb us in awe we gasp at the sheer cheek of technology its rises its falls Buildings of grand design they rise they fall Empires of tolerance shift data like the tide flows and ebs Why meaningless Corporations with good intent fooling the undermined intelligence of society in general demoralising the very foundation of pleasurable trust Why usless Architechture of unspawned adoration lifless public remarks non pleasurable desires in their judgement and opinions Why exciting To gorge and feast on the cascade of colour taste touch smells all derived from societies input and struggles for our pleasure and conveinience Why energized A powerfull yet invisible force which enlightens our visual exploration of everything we do within our life for better or for worse Why subtleties The hidden agenda that we can only imagine our thoughts that are never counted taxed like the currency
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