Convergence

Jackson Pollock, Convergence, 1952 oil on canvas; 93.5 inches by 155 inches. Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, US.

10 Responses to “Convergence”

  1. Anton Garrett Says:

    You know, anybody would think he dripped paint on the canvas at random…

    • Anyone who didn’t understand what he actually did might…

      • Anton Garrett Says:

        I’ve no wish to.

        I respect modern jazz for its technique even though it’s not my preferred listening. There is no skill here that takes time and effort to master.

      • Scientists, especially physicists and astronomers, talk of outreach, i.e. explaining what they do to non-experts. Is there some equivalent explanation for Pollock?

      • telescoper Says:

        This is one of the things that art critics are meant to do (but most of them don’t..)

  2. I wonder which metric Pollock used to assess convergence…

  3. Have you done a power spectrum?

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