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Dalinian Dancer. That and Starry Night by Van Gogh are the two stars. We thought it would be really interesting to talk about why this painting is so wildly popular. This is the Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali. Sal: And here I understand why people kind of connect to it now.
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I mean anybody who has ever tried to make an album for a rock band is inspired by Salvador Dali. There is also this kind of fun of, "What are you looking at? It's kind of like a visual brain teaser. Steven: Is that it? Is it so popular? Is it on album cover art because it's this attack on the rational and that's such a seductive idea?
Sal: Yeah, it's mind trippy. I like the way you put it. It's an attack on the rational. I guess I don't There might be more to it.
That's my sense. Steven: You know, you were talking about album cover art and posters in maybe a dorm room. What's interesting is that these artists took these ideas really seriously. This was Surrealism. This was painted in Dali, the Spanish artist, this Catalin Artist, had just come to Paris and had joined the Surrealist group. Sal: I'm assuming he's considered significant because he was the first person to essentially do dreamscapes, and as you mentioned, attack on the rational.
Steven: When you walk into this painting visually, you enter into this really deep open and lonely space, and is this really quiet image. Sal: Yeah it's kind of this desert-scape, ignoring the melting clocks for a moment, you feel that okay if you were in this landscape, yes, time really does not really carry a lot of weight.
You could just kind of wither there and die and no one would care. Even that kind of water in the background.
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There's no waves in it. It's like they've had time to settle down. There's literally no activity. Steven: There's this unbearable sense of quiet.
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There is almost no movement and I think it does feel very desert-like, very hot. Literally time has melted, right? But we have this absurd environment.
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