"The man in relation to space and shapes, the shapes of the objects that belong to his life as a testimony of a life full of emotions and moods: as a photo or a lettera.L ‘man and his retainers MEMORIES a square sheet, but live like a beam of light or shadow. shapes in my work "extrude" forming imaginary volumes that affect the shape and shaping dissect the feeling, the real protagonist of the work. The shape dynamics and natural of the figure contrasts network and detaches from the geometric section and static represented only in color. Color and shape then work on two separate perceptual channels taking the stage suspended between two dimensions: the physical and the spiritual."
Beijing-based artist Ren Ri bases his work around the relationship between humans and nature. He collaborates with honeybees to create beautifully peculiar sculptures made out of beeswax.
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- Wayne dyer (via rainbow—warriorr)
"I started writing and the result was something unreadable."
Mirtha Dermisache (1940-2012) from Argentina, practiced asemic writing since the early 1970s. It is a wordless open semantic form of writing. The word asemic means having no specific semantic content. Asemic writing seeks to make the reader hover in a state between reading and looking.
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