Painting Statement

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A pointing painting begins as a space, and is completed by indicating that space (by pointing). Since it is not already descriptive, a pointing painting can be described by a key painting.  

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A counting pointing painting’s pointing is co-descriptive with counting. For this reason, counting pointing paintings are their own key paintings.

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Converse paintings are pointing paintings wherein the pointing has become the conclusion. For this reason, converse paintings describe themselves, and so they are their own key paintings.

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A bump painting begins as an object located where it is, and is completed by describing that object/location (with bumps). A bump painting is already descriptive, although there is no outside object of description, so it is not described by a key painting. Color-World key key paintings serve as key paintings for bump paintings.

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A key painting describes a painting, and so it is painted with a brush. However, this description is only in terms of painting.

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Key key paintings describe something, so they are painted with a brush. However, key key paintings do not describe another painting.

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