"Once in Tibet № 9" Painting by Igor Konovalov

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Painting: Oil on Canvas, Wood.

Once in Tibet (2008-2010) Today, we recognize and imperceptible moment to get into our space vidio, computers, gamers, avatars, etc., Without which it is impossible to live. Man connected with the historical past, when machines were created holding company with us today. We have become one indivisible whole with buttons and displays. "Reality" - if that means that the perceived set of senses - not that other, as the electrical impulses of the brain. As such, it may be artificially modeled, for example, a TV or a computer. Feeding information from artificial sources, the individual selects the "truth", which is convenient to live. This is the eternal dilemma of disintegration into smaller components, each of which can make your own settings. It came a world without borders, a world moving spaces. For the artist, it is normal that he had come from Tibet, which has never seen. But why Tibet? Maybe he just wanted to meditate in harmony, which is similar to the space of Tibet.




"Once in Tibet № 9"

Igor Konovalov



Size: 53.1 W x 53.1 H x 2 in

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