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I witnessed a strong beast's strength that swirls in a deep and dark heart which judders stiflingly. That strength flows through my whole body, and through the collision of the dream's light and invisible force in darkness, the shapes disappear. And the beast's strength tangle up as powerful energy. It collides with my nature, and spurts out as lines on a canvas. Among various energy, I focus at an invisible sonic strength. My breath and spirit that became blurred in no competition are mixed up with invisible force. The color and sound that was condensed in a surrealistic way are expressed as a power of free gravity. The beast's strength is controlled as the continuously rocking heartbeat sound and unstable energy tangle up, and the beast is tamed through numerous, condensed lines. And the moment the paint, which was sprinkled on top of that by the strength, explodes on the canvas, my short breath is heard from my fingertip. My rocking heart explodes on the canvas, and a beast woke up from the instinct of speeding.
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:57.3 W x 19.8 H x 1 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Crate
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Handling:Ships in a wooden crate for additional protection of heavy or oversized artworks. Crated works are subject to an $80 care and handling fee. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Saatchi Art’s packaging guidelines.
Ships From:South Korea.
MINSEOK KANG Korea Artist KangCar Who do I compete with. I am covering my story by using cars as the material. As another material creature, cars reflect the inner me, and the rival group competes with another me. The inner me is called a beast, and that beast is an existence with a thirst for desire and success. And I coexist with that beast. I tame and control that beast through numerous compromises and spout it as paint on the canvas. I spurt the temporal afterimage and invisible power as paint. At the same time, I dismantle the form of numerous energy fragments that shatter by clashing with air at an uncontrollable speed. Through the repetitive action of spilling and scattering, the figure of a car disappears and the only thing left is a single endless power. Before starting the work on the canvas, I perform an act of fulfilling the strength. Physical and mental strength are fulfilled by running or marathon. I then depict the figure of a car on the canvas. On top of that, I carry out the act of spouting my power on the canvas through a proper combination of acrylic paint. Such a technique expresses the invisible power by fusing the paint color with spraying force.
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