Imaginary landscapes. I could use a little time in this place today. My heart is really heavy. School starts tomorrow, my house is chaos, everything feels so fragile. Plus, very large spiders have taken over my basement (dungeon) art studio.
Artwork: Late supper, 2015 by #photographer Katerina Belina @thebelki Serie REPAST
138 x 180 cm, Archival Pigment Print, Edition 2, 100 x 130 cm / 38 x 50 cm, Archival Pigment Print, Edition 8 + 2 Artist Proof
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It is allegory of the life cycles. Cyclicity perfectly characterizes humanity and our perception of time.
The Morning (childhood) – acquisition and accumulation. At the beginning of our life, we get our basis and potential from our family and the society we live in. We learn to see beauty around us, to feel – all these things we use and spend the rest of our life. Even if from the outside it seems a rather scanty breakfast, it surely brims with all the immaterial treasures: love, fantasy, discoveries, sharp feelings. The colors are milky, the stuffing – excessive... The Evening (old age, completion) - contemplation, calm. A meditative part. Scantiness of supper doesn’t mean scantiness of life or poverty. The table is set for one. We come alone to the end of our life, yet we are one-on-one with the divine, merging with this world. It is a period of transition. It is then when all matter extinguishes and loses its meaning. Our spirit, I believe, reaches the top. It deals with acceptance or denial. A set of items is simple and symbolic: a fish is a symbol of Christ ... The position of arms in the triptych I borrowed from "The Last Supper" by da Vinci. Leonardo made an emphasis on hands. While here, they "withdraw" to the background, inviting the viewer into one or another period of life.
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