simultaneous perception

si·mul·ta·ne·ous per·cep·tion

a combination of two slightly dissimilar images into a single image.
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What Arcangeli puts into the field--which more or less corresponds to the statement "a painting is a painting"--is as tautological as any of its predecessors in Conceptual art, but his use of different linguistic systems effects a shift in the simultaneous perception of the word and the thing.
But this seriality of images contrasts with Reb's Allmuserian, simultaneous perception, as the Soulcatcher explains: "'Befo', afterwards, and in between didn't mean nothin' to him' "(174).
Transparency means a simultaneous perception of different spatial locations.

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