1. Objects represented not only doubt themselves but thee viewer as well.
2. Thee object portrayed cannot be said to exist outside its respective representational parameters, and neither can any object represented be said to exist independent ov its material state and aggregated atomic constituents.
3. Thee subject is always abstract. Thee idea is Dependent Origination.
4. Thee object depends entirely upon both the viewer and the material state, as well as the assembler in order to be a possible scenario in existence, and yet even as it is, the object does not actually exist but is merely an abstract representation ov a physical thing, which also cannot be said to exist, both functionally outside the realm of perception, and as a collective assembly not independent ov the material space which it is a part.… Read the rest