Technoetic Arts 3 (3):181-192 (2005)

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This paper will investigate the anonymous collective of skilled artists which created an immersive work of art of a high order in the Abside (Apse) of the Grotte de Lascaux. The Apse is a roundish, semi-spherical, penumbra-like chamber (like those adjacent to romanesque basiliques) approximately 4.5 metres in diameter (about 5 yards) covered on every wall surface (including the ceiling) with thousands of entangled, overlapping, engraved drawings (Leroi-Gourhan, 1968, p. 315) for which, on request, I received a very unique privilege of seeing, though far too briefly.
Keywords Lascaux, Art, Noise, Nechvatal
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DOI 10.1386/tear.3.3.181/1
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