Material: Digital drawing. Print on paper. Limited edition of 25
About this artworkThis digital drawing is part of the collection "La dolce vita è finita. What's next?" About collection "La dolce vita... Read More
About this artwork
This digital drawing is part of the collection "La dolce vita è finita. What's next?"
About collection "La dolce vita è finita. What's next?"
Michael Kaz's collection of works of art "La dolce vita è finita. What's next?" should be perceived with the music of Fellini.
The hero of the plots of all the drawings looks like a Fellini character who accidentally woke up in the post-covid era. What does he feel? The pain of frustration over breaking up with your loved one? Loneliness? Fear?
Michael Kaza does not provide definitive answers. The artist invites you to explore your own unconscious so that you yourself feel your pain, your loneliness, your disappointment.
For what purpose?
The art of Michael Kaza can be compared to ancient mystery play.
You enter this dreaming world with the help of an artist to touch your own unconscious. You get the opportunity to see and feel your fears, your unfulfilled desires, your taboo passions.
Michael Kaza's hypnotic images draw us deeper and deeper into our unconscious so that at the end of this journey, each of us will experience forgiveness, liberation, and catharsis.
And this is the main goal of Michael Kaz's art - detox.
Detoxification of the mind, feelings, unconsciousness.
It would seem that the world has changed. Governments and progressive businessmen have thought-about cleansing. What will be the main news of the post-covid era? Is it clearing the planet of debris? Or waste recycling? Or maybe the construction of houses from recycled materials? Or the integration of man and nature.
However, all this is still unlikely. Because the first thing to do is heal the human mind.
Michael Kaza is an artist whose work is more than just art. This is practice. The practice of self-discovery and clearing your mind.
Kaza doesn't just look deep into the unconscious. He helps us complete the detoxification process of our minds. Through awareness, through a prick of pain or fear - to a new understanding of oneself and the world.
Kaza designs her works in the form of Polaroid photographs. And this is not only a reminder of Andy Warhol, with his poignant messages about the diseases of society.
Michael Kaza's artwork is a snapshot of the unconscious. All works are created using the technique of spontaneous drawing. Kaza creates without a plan or intention. He puts his hand on paper or a screen and allows the images to pour out directly from the unconscious.
Pictures of the unconscious artist are addressed to the unconscious of all people around him. And this is a message that can clear the mind.
For what purpose?
To perform a special kind of action. Action without which the post-covid world cannot exist. This action is Detox. Detox the mind. Detox the unconscious.
Michael Kaza's art is primarily this action. A Detox practice that opens up the opportunity to take a step into the new future of humanity.