Monday, October 24, 2011

10.25.11 | Rainbows in Greyscale

Nothing can be truly colourless, for the word “colourless” itself already contains its negation. It is all relative. In order for an idea to be truly “colourless”, it cannot take such a name—the word “colour” shouldn’t be in the language in the first place: the mere concept of “colour” should be abolished. Therefore, if a culture did not acknowledge or distinguish colours, everything would be “colourless” because it lacks the concept of colour to begin with.

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