Fountain of ‘Déjà vu’ ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Today’s artist is unknowingly a repeater of the created events, they are actually inept to create something new by deconstructs all readymade meaning and values which human beings have trapped by wittingly. No God remains there who can rescue them; no Avatar never ever will come to guide them; none is visible in this meaning-manic barren land who can sweep all this garbage and lead humanity so it can recover the loss and get back its original “form”. It is impossible for contemporary artist deconstructs the real picture by using his imaginative power and super abstraction, rather it better for him to agree with this, i.e., the flavor of the classical and modern age is expired… No meaning might exist that a person can treat reliable to understand the real picture of this animated world. Reality is not an illusion but in which way human cognition materialized it by meaning and values, all these are a hypothetical extension but not the reality itself; as because nobody knows the reason why real objects appeared in this world and for what reason they make a relation between them… Once it motivates an artist trespass the reality-frame, so he can achieve his own ecstasy; once it made the breeding ground for him, and he started his spiritual journey from variant extent and “form”; the opportunity now obscured in vain due to the confusing nearness between a real object and its reflection in painting frame. No spirituality has left over for an artist that can help him reconsider his subjectivity in light of previous techniques that he gets from abstract, surreal or hyperbolic art. The only “form” he can use at this moment and that is, deliver his artwork a perplexing illusion of the reality which itself is elusive due to its inconsistent addition and subtraction of meaning and values. Baudrillard mentioned Duchamp and Warhol artistic venture to remind the truth once again… Continue reading Fountain of ‘Déjà vu’ ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

When the image is born (Part_2) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… every visible thing reminds the muse of invisible ‘bit or dot’, where they associate according to their will to destroy and rebuild things over again. Every ‘thing’ has gonna in the void when death appeared and all these every ‘thing’ can revive from the out of nothing.

The Hegelian phrasing might be appropriate here to realize the meaning of life; that is, —there is something always remains to be waiting in nothingness, something remain in the complete void, to bring back the whole picture of reality over again. Creation itself is transcendental and mysterious in this way, so why not art. Maybe that’s why Kandinsky tried to consider art a spiritual silence of creation and destruction. He thinks it doesn’t matter where an artist sitting on the apex of any horizontal line of the triangle, but it does matter what he sees or feel in his ‘within’ by sitting there… Continue reading When the image is born (Part_2) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari