Ding an sich / Noumenon (Kant) by Valerio Pellegrini

2017

Immanuel Kant first developed the notion of the noumenon as part of his transcendental idealism, suggesting that while we know the noumenal world to exist because human sensibility is merely receptive, it is not itself sensible and must therefore remain otherwise unknowable to us. In Kantian philosophy, the unknowable noumenon is often identified with or associated with the unknowable “thing-in-itself” (in Kant’s German, Ding an sich).

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Description

Pellegrini works have been exhibited at the Triennale di Milano in the exhibition AFRICA – Big Change / Big Chance; and at the exhibition Le Mappe del sapere, at Magazzino delle Idee in Trieste for the exhibition Maria Teresa e Trieste, at Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts in the exhibition TOP 40 – International Juried Competition, at Kunsthalle Museum in Zurich in the exhibition They Printed It! and at BBS-pro space in Prato in the exhibition Identità17.

Additional information

Weight1.5 kg
Dimensions2.5 × 75 × 55 cm
Material

Fine art paper

Frame

Wood

Size

Large

Language

German