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This dialogical approach is aptly described as both ecumenical and catholic, for it coheres with an ecclesiology shared by many Christians-Orthodox, Protestant and Roman Catholic.
If we dispense with the fiction that what we call painting coheres as a single medium and instead sort various aesthetic works according to historically specific notions of surface and space, then there may be as much justification in discussing Stan Douglas alongside Barnett Newman as in linking him to Dan Graham's closed-circuit installations of the '70s.
Its sequence of striking episodes coheres remarkably, almost as though connected by an invisible film-scenario; this account under Stefan Asburywas colourful and vivid.
Form coheres for the human viewer as he or she looks outward from a standing position; it hovers in a plane parallel to the upright body.