The human instance 4

Category: Mixed techniques

Author: WXP015

Size: 1500 mm x 1600 mm


 This, what is inside and what is outside, itis just a matter of subjective experience. When externalizing himself brings up a form so radical that disappeared vague boundaries of intimacy? What I want to show to the world is only dependent on me. No one decides for me, which should remain only mine, and what may appear to the eyes of the world.


The figure is like suspended in the space of the picture. It occupies the center of the canvas. Everything takes place in a strange, slow-motion. Release the lost thoughts, deceived mind trying again anchored in something reasonable and clearly defined. Lacking in bodily control float in the abyss of the deep human subconscious takes the form of strange creature.


Distorted figure swells up more and more, absorbing everything into itself, which has so far not a part of it yet. A cacophony of colors, shapes game unexplained. You can feel the tension and contrast extending into the space between the symbolism of the various figures. All shapes are limited by mild, undulating line. No geometrisation and determined angles. On the one hand, can achieve an impression of gravity and slowness. On the other hand, by using fuzzy filling of contours of created figures, you can feel the half-transparency of bodies.


I am absorbing the otherness of, in order to secure some sense of identity. Showing to the world only partially, and an even smaller portion is understood by the world. The ambiguity of my body is both my blessing and a curse. I can be everything that I want. In the uncertainty is revealed freedom.


The author is a prominent artist of the young generation, creating mostly large format, in his own technique. Also fond of creating graphics and painting. Numerous exhibitions in which he participated confirm his creative passion. The works attempt to explore human emotional states, often those, that we are trying to hide from the world in the depths of our minds and souls.


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