Temporarily Unnamed 6 Painting by Edgar Invoker

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Solo show 2020 -  ARTS SQUARE GALLERY, Memory's Gloss -Temporarily Unnamed. Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
Solo show 2020 -  ARTS SQUARE GALLERY, Memory's Gloss -Temporarily Unnamed. Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
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Temporarily Unnamed 6

Edgar Invoker

Russia

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Size: 35.4 W x 51.2 H x 1.2 D in

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Painting: Acrylic, Airbrush, Paint on Canvas.

Presented paintings originate from new series of my works where I continue to address concepts of object perception, archetype reproducing in cognition and “the observer effect”.
The focal element of these paintings is human’s face diffusing into abstract geometrical forms
Face as a concept is to be interpreted as a symbol of cognition and “the observer” mentioned above. What I mean here is the process of self-identification doesn’t work through looking at oneself in the mirror. It works through perception of non-self which is from “observer effect” standpoint should be differentiated from self. And this image of non-self being reproduced multiple times through different angles and perspectives repeats itself but at the same time changes. This duality allows the image to be recognized fuller and creates some sort of memory dimension.
Deepening those dimensions through perspective gives one an opportunity to learn so much more about the observer state.
Previously I used to study those phenomena by working with Rorschach approach – using abstract forms to crystallize images lying within my own consciousness. I challenged the paradigm of interpretation relying solely on this pre-existing database. I was interested to achieve an entity that wasn’t yet present in my mind.
To reflect this adjustment concept I now use cleaner and clearer forms which you can see on my paintings. But still they carry remnants of abstract noise of cataloguing/not-catalogueing process. So – final image morphs into something different but inheriting properties of the initial object.


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