One of my work from series "Covid-19 Syndrome". In the picture, I react to the current pandemic situation. Crowds of... Read More
One of my work from series "Covid-19 Syndrome".
In the picture, I react to the current pandemic situation. Crowds of people who
are run by a group of decision-makers, but who often do not know for themselves
or make the right decisions. In the picture, I react
to the current pandemic situation. Crowds of people who are run by a group of
decision-makers, but who often do not know for themselves or make the right
decisions. Whether they don't know or because they don't want to know. Mass
manipulation creates space for various speculations and conspiracy theories.
And both the people themselves and our elites do not know how it will turn out.
The disease will surely pass, and humanity will get used to it as it has always
been in the history. Even if it leaves us a lot of grief over the deaths of
loved ones. But it is different with hard and gradually gained freedom. I would
like to believe (I hope) that our rights and freedoms will return and not be so
much in the power of the "big brother" of digital technologies and
At the time when I was finishing the painting, the struggle for more
freedom culminated in Hong Kong, so this painting reminded me of this situation
and took on a more general dimension.
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