IN THAT PLACE THAT IS CHAOSIn these canvases you can find the essence of the brushstrokes and the effort to... Read More
IN THAT PLACE THAT IS CHAOS
In these canvases you can find the essence of the brushstrokes and the effort to fix the instantaneous feeling felt by the artist who has the need to imprint in his work a thought of chaotic abstraction, as opposed to a rational concept.
The works have the ambitious will to arouse emotions not through a figurative system, made of pictorial technique and perspective, but to evoke hidden feelings through the language of colors and traits. A painting that acts directly on the mind and on the emotions, the thought is expressed and expressed in the remote perception and abstraction through color.
The combination or contrast between the delicate soft backgrounds and the striking incisive features is precisely to highlight the conflict between rationality and irrationality of our feelings and our being. Backgrounds that portray the beauty of Chaos, the key rule of our universe, and overbearing features of arrogant rationality that dominate it but do not dominate it. Chaos includes both order and disorder, does not distinguish them or prefer either of them; in it, the remote rules of the past give consistency to the prospective development of the future.
In Chaos there is no longer the dramatic contrast between sensations and intellect, between irrational and rational, everything coexists in it, not in harmony, not in conflict.
Beauty is no longer what responds to pre-established ordinary canons.
Beauty is what responds to an inner necessity, which the artist feels as such.
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