… What we see these are not enough, but what we feel when we see “these”, it might be more precious to realize the real essence of life. A real object always hides its originality as like Basho’s old pond. The duty of an artist could be there, he should jump into the pond to discover the hidden treasures by using his inner visionary. This is the spiritual journey of an artist… Continue reading When the image is born (Part-4) ⇒ 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
… ‘Life’s appearance and omission in the world, its presence or absence from the surface, all these are nothing but an illusion of our dizzy mind. Images have born and dissolved into the surface but the essence of images remains even after the annihilation happened. This essence might be the prehistoric element that never dies and that’s why images are born over to repeat the tiresome jingle of life. Every new image is the resonance of old images; every newish venture somehow linked with the prehistoric ventures happened in the remote past. Images are the repeater of that ambiguity where nothing has gonna vanished for forever. Both poets painted the same imagery in a different context. They deliver the same message but the ways of contrasting images are different…This is the landing zone of art ‘where everything is seemingly over, where everything looked as if they omit in vain and none is there who can whisper that he exists to talk with the silence.’ Without this poetry cannot get its end and painting can never be born… Continue reading When the image is born (Part-1) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari
Ekşioğlu’s artwork is not influenced me to be staying lonely, and or, he doesn’t provoke me feeling imprisoned in the animated cage of life; instead of, his artworks messaging to me that: life is an absurd animation, in where our body-mind distorted by the opposite binary; where we desired or hoped one and get the reverse. Art lovers may be treated his surreal outfit as an explosion of satirical agony; but to me, his satire is suited better to the sadness and discomfort of our animated life… Continue reading Animated absurdity and Ekşioğlu’s artworks ⇒ Kirno Sohochari