Cubism 3. Intentions and Interpretations. The Cubism of Picasso, Braque and Gris had more than a technical or formal significance , and the distinct attitudes and intentions of the Salon Cubists produced different kinds of Cubism, rather than a derivative of their work .
Intentions and Interpretations
Aimed at a large public, these works stressed the use of multiple perspective and complex planar faceting for expressive effect while preserving the eloquence of subjects endowed with literary and philosophical connotations.
With simultaneity, the concept of separate spatial and temporal dimensions was comprehensively challenged. The subject was no longer considered from a specific point of view at a moment in time, but built following a selection of successive viewpoints, i.e., as if viewed simultaneously from numerous angles (and in four-dimensions) with the eye free to roam from one to the other.
(look familiar? Movement aka futurism perhaps?)