Kepes explained how he admired the vast advances in the creation and circulation of knowledge that had taken place in the previous several decades, yet he lamented the separation between the eye, heart, and brain. His solution was a new term that he coined, interseeing. The series was an ambitious endeavor, "a kind of laboratory experiment," undertaken to "remake our vision" in its entirety. The books combined scholarly texts with images and photo-essays by a star-studded cast of artists, architects, philosophers, and scientists, including Paul Rand, Ad Reinhardt, Buckminster Fuller, Marcel Breuer, Marshall McLuhan, and Rudolf Arnheim, among others. Read More >>