About Nikita Denisenkov
1953 y.b. Artist Statement(or The Importance of Being Earnest) The Natural World's diversity is infinite. At the same time, the process of biological creativity on Earth seems to be losing its pace, with more and more species going extinct each year. My Art is an attempt to fill the gap. Where there is a lack of new forms, I help by offering my noosphere. The struggle for new Art - fresh and alive - is a torturous search for harmonious new forms. It could be the glitter of fish scales, the sudden combination of sounds, or an unpredictable clash of colors that gives me a nudge. Paintings constantly flow off my brush; it is then that such original bytes of information find themselves transformed into variety of new shapes, tones, and styles. Perhaps my paintings could therefore be described as noorons, or, self-improving containers for self-improving knowledge. Art offers the unique opportunity to play a central role in the genesis of the Universe. In other words, my paintings are like small galaxies refracting light through the prism that is my eyesight and through my Art I offer you the chance to put on a divine set of glasses and enjoy my world. II The urge to paint is for me ever-present. Because I try to reflect my impressions of so many things in the world around me, my paintings assume many different forms. Ive found that the best way to represent my paintings is to dance or sing in response. Because painting is itself a language that has surrendered to sight - being visual art without being verbal - I try not to apply words. Ideally, the bystander becomes a co-participant or collaborator, engaging his feelings and erudition to parcel out something old, something new, and their ratio, then stands back to appraise and appreciate what he sees. Of course, it is better yet that first he likes it and then he deciphers it more precisely within the larger context of his own emotional experience. III Aren't you tired of beating about the bush? To make a long story short, my art is just a funny way to play trick on the spectator. With your eyes wide, open your heart, and reap the benefits of our meeting!