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Drawing: Pencil on Paper.
In a sense, the artist's loneliness consists of the need to establish a world in which he will exist in search of a reality in which he abstracts himself from the outside world. Continuous work, constant toughness, and unsatisfactory going on the same path corresponds to a kind of "suicide by living" or the ability to endure one's own solitude without dying. To put it in the old saying, "real clumsiness persists." In this sense, he always refers to a concept of intelligence that carries its own flaws. In this period, I think the desire of the artist trying to "stay pure" will be triggered. The only thing the artist is looking for in this world, that pure desire, is the artist's lost object. To resist with the hope of critical thinking that feeds on its inspiration.
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