That world of duplicates ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… reality is always a temporality and the picture it represents never could stay eternal. Pictures have appeared and vanished. Only memes may remain there for a little while that linked us to guess how they were at that particular time. Which we named ‘past’ is a temporal bubbling of images in the timeless ocean. As well, which we termed as ‘present and future’, they are none but the same bubbling in the same timeless ocean. Reality means everything gathered in a place for a moment to wipe soon in nowhere. Because of this our consciousness about imagining something as ‘real, original or fundamental’ is deceitful…The world (whatever it made by original or duplicate images) where nothing standalone with its singularity and vanished soon or later, such a world is in effect a prism that mirrors many things under the sunlight but a dark chamber where everything wipes like the black hole! Our consciousness and explanation about this world, for this reason, is false and filled with vague assumptions; likewise the early photograph of ‘View from the Window at Le Gras’;—hazy and blurred by the dotted pixel; a window-hole to get some ideas about the real world but we cannot certain about this that the world is really looked like!… Continue reading That world of duplicates ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

When the image is born (Part-4) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… 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

When the image is born (Part-3) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Vermeer’s painting indicates real things and their relation with human get fractured or broken when a painter pick them for his canvas. This is called implicit silence that may deserve seer’s involvement and his conscious connotation so he can associate him to read the meaning of the real things in art, and as well as the difference it makes from the images of extant reality. Art denies reality and the artist always try to paint what his visual cortex told him to paint. An artist denies the order of things that might make by the humans, and the system now tried to dominate him by this. Artist’s rebellion against the order of things can only save his soul to the ordained discipline of life, where he tried to reverse the order of things through his artistry, as Cubist and Surrealist did and to the consequence Abstract and even the Realistic artform tried to do it often… Let come to the point, how a seer can read the reality a painting object reflexes? How he can differentiate his usual reality sense when he stands in front of the painting canvas with a dizzy mind? Let make the question bit difficult, how he faces the abstraction of life and real objects that are now very frequent in painting canvas? The answer of all these questions is not a ready-made set. We cannot say what he feels that should be treated his judgment to the artwork and rest is immaterial… Continue reading When the image is born (Part-3) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari