Of, relating to, or being a style of art in which natural objects are not represented realistically; abstract.(adjective)
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Use "nonobjective" in a sentence
"the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and other major museums, was often called "nonobjective cinema," a term used to describe movies that dispense with representation and immerse the viewer in a meditative world of pure unspooling form."
"This show includes six nonobjective masterpieces by Malevich, including "Suprematist Composition: Airplane Flying" (1915), which seemingly positions us at the origin of creation, and "Mystic Suprematism" (1920-27), a precise distillation of the torsion experienced in an El Greco crucifixion."
"Make your own abstract conclusions then a make colorful impression on our remarkably nonobjective world."