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An Exploratory Study on the Presentation of Implicitness and Explicitness in the Artistic Language of Painting
Frontiers in Art Research
Heidegger defines the nature of artworks as "sky" and "earth". Sky implies clarity. It is the state of being unobstructed and open while earth signifies the state of being concealed, which is consistently existing and concealed. It is an opposition between "being and non-being", "implicitness and explicitness", and the existence of the being that exists. According to Heidegger, only after one has contemplated the nature of art can he find the mutual relationship between art and truth. Thedoi:10.25236/far.2022.040707 fatcat:vsl4eh2aubhurgco4iu7ajnnym