TABULA RASA

Is this the last people on Earth. Or the first. Tabula Rasa...

First draft to a larger painting. Drawing 29 x 40 cm. Sketch, to the Painting TABULA RASA. A creation of a specific image or series of images, forming the whole or part of a composition intended to be completed by adding pigment color (paints, colored inks, etc). This denotes a completed stand-alone autonomous work.

Did You Know?
Philosophers have been arguing that babies are born with minds that are essentially blank slates since the days of Aristotle. (Later, some psychologists took up the case as well.) English speakers have called that initial state of mental blankness tabula rasa (a term taken from a Latin phrase that translates as “smooth or erased tablet”) since the 16th century, but it wasn’t until British philosopher John Locke championed the concept in his Essay Concerning Human Understanding in 1690 that the term gained widespread popularity in our language.

In later years, a figurative sense of the term emerged, referring to something that exists in its original state and that has yet to be altered by outside forces


jonas freydal
klimakunst climate change art