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Berger states that the manner in which we perceive images, most notably paintings and artworks from the past, tells us more about ourselves, than about the works themselves. As he compares oil painting to publicity advertising photography, Berger argues that oil painting “showed what the owner was already enjoying among his possessions and way of life;”
Advertisers could be reaching you while you sleep, evidence shows dream implantation works by playing sounds or using smells to prime your brain.
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