By Paulo Cruz
“[...] When religious stability disintegrates from the conception of the world and the sacred metaphysics of the common conscience is eroded by the particular point of view, of individual judgment, and, more than that, from a particular point of view of a particular historical moment, a characteristic perspective emerges for this isolated individual consciousness. (Pavel Floriensky, The Reverse Perspective)
Can beauty survive amid destruction? Can art still exhale its perfume amidst the odor of death and chaos? Can spirituality overcome materialism? Can the truth win over ideologies?
The Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky uses the image of a triangle . . .