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“Life Is Without Meaning”

The works evolved from the ever-present curiosity as an artist to tackle visual representations that are being clogged by boundaries, specifically the four corners of the working space. I plan to explore the broad spectrum of the visual perception and formal theories which are often unsettled and neglected. The narratives and concepts of the artworks are unbounded, and not restricted by a specific theme, instead, it is very much open to outside opinion – which makes it spontaneous, simultaneous and never ending.

The onset of presentation on the exhibition is, in itself, an organic life form – evolved from one dimensional idea to an unwrapped visual representation and to expound on parallel conversation. The complexity of my presentation, since the works are linked together, will cover one enormous wall that is somehow similar to graffiti. These linkages will amorphously cancel out the visual boundaries of the working space and simultaneously echo the visual narrative and eventually do away from the human intellect of formality and structures.

This is my own trifling version of the Sistine chapel, which is appreciated as a whole rather than as a per subject basis. Eventually the viewers will settle on focusing their attention to the details of the artworks and the quotes – which are written in reverse while the various superimposed layers of optical patterns connect and fuse the paintings.

Conversation and arguments on the absoluteness of its significance are all debatable. The title of my artworks is a personal choice which will be absolute on my part, and my viewers can put their own interpretation to the paintings which makes it more meaningful and personal. Art is ever relative and ever changing, this ensures its permanence.

“Life is without meaning. You bring the meaning to it. The meaning of life is whatever you ascribe it to be. Being alive is the meaning."
-Joseph Campbell

Galerie Anna
The Artwalk,
4th Floor Bldg. A SM MEGAMALL
Mandaluyong City
(+632) 470 2511 (+632) 470 9869

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