Non-Objective Feeling

Non-Objective Feeling

“The black square on the white field was the first form in which non-objective feeling came to be expressed.

The square=feeling, the white field=the void beyond feeling.

Yet the general public saw in the non-objectivity of the representation, the demise of art

and failed to grasp the evident fact that feeling had here assumed

external form.”

Kazmir Malevich, 1927