22 Aug 2012

Best Scenes

Drawing II
Drawing I
Drawing III

Drawing IV

Drawing V
Drawing VI

    This project shows six large scale drawings on Fabriano paper. I started first drawing with pencil and continued unconsciously making the drawing and then followed my inner senses and feelings. I let my hand move without thinking too much which kind of helps information that was coming from my body and soul or around me. What is happening at that time and moment. Sometimes rough, harsh, bold, dense, sassy lines, and  sometimes soft, slender, delicate, fragile lines, feelings. Emotions were ejaculating out. 
     Second drawing, I use thin, and thick brushes, and water based black ink, and acrylic paint. When I was using brushes generally I made it with same method, but I shifted a little bit during the process of making. I began to think what was happen since childhood to present. It started playing against to each other past, present, future. 
     Third drawing, was inspired by Alfred Hitchcock's - Psycho film, and specifically the shower scene. I played with that scene, and the image disappeared, and what is left over. 
     Fourth drawing, with brushes again with acrylic I photocopied best scenes from film noir, and transfer printed them on the top of drawings. I looked at it from distance. I saw a big giant man appear in the middle of drawing with all these best images around him. 
     Fifth drawing, I introduce some colour. Still from memory, and small anecdotes from personal stories. Although I did not really want to control to much this drawing as well, just what was happening or what was coming out when I was drawing some of the narratives they were linking with other narratives, and they produce another new narratives. 
     Six drawing, I centred and painted the self - (my childhood primary school time with uniform) surrounding him with all actions, situations and texts. 
     In the work of philosophy... 
  • Ontology, 
  • Human history and origin,
  • Pathology,
  • Psychology, 
  • Ethics, 
  • Empty spaces,
  • Holes, 

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