AquaTerraLocusGalacium

Aqua/Water    Terra/the Earth   Locus/Space   Galacium/Ice

 

An installation of mapping the paintings as exploring the spheres of the Earth and cosmos.  This works will be seen at the end of this year in the Gallery Domžale, Slovenia.


 

 

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In previous months I have been developing paintings, a visual part.I have collected texts which inspires me to explore it again and again. A philospher   Peter Sloterdijk  has written thee amazing books: “Spheres” (Vol I,II,III) where he talks about sphers of bubbles, foam and globes.Of course he touches all aprty of a human life, from politics and its history,  to globalization,  to faminism etc. His  poetic approach mixed with pure truth of nature feels like an infinite reading to me.

At the same time, I have been strongly inspired by the article of the  great Arctic performans of Vestand Page performative artists. They have truly experienced a life where there are no room, no time, neither emptiness.


 

Here is the first video out of four which are about to br done in next months.

I. Locus/Space

 

 


 

 

The trilogy Spheres is the philosopher’s magnum opus. The first volume was published in 1998, the second in 1999, and the last in 2004.

Spheres is about “spaces of coexistence”, spaces commonly overlooked or taken for granted that conceal information crucial to developing an understanding of the human. The exploration of these spheres begins with the basic difference between mammals and other animals: the biological and utopian comfort of the mother’s womb, which humans try to recreate through science, ideology, and religion. From these microspheres (ontological relations such as fetus-placenta to macrospheres (macro-uteri such as nations or states), Sloterdijk analyzes spheres where humans try but fail to dwell and traces a connection between vital crisis and crises created when a sphere shatters.

 

 

 

 

 

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