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Photography, Digital on Paper
Size: 26.8 W x 31.5 H x 0 D in
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This artwork comes from the series: The Full Inevitably Empty, where I ask myself the question: what is "beauty". How do we understand it, how we perceive it, feel it. Do we take for granted the things that we own or achieve. Or maybe its all a big mistake, a prestidigitator's tricks? Is beauty important in social media and information overload and if so, are we even able to differ what's real and what's not anymore? Digitization, filters, artificial intelligence and common accessibility to graphic design applications surely will make these questions hard to answer and maybe next generation won't even ask them because it will be normal in the future that we are surrounded by never aging replicas, morphs or holograms living in a digitized world. Each image also comes with its own story inspired loosely by tales, fables, myths and legends from the Middle Ages, Renaissance period and even North mythology. In the Object Of Art And Presumption artwork we see rotten apple and an arrow. White marble bust of something that resembles female figure has marks on the surface which are an indication of illness and slow decay. At the foot of the figure lays a head of a bull in an advance state of decomposition. The arrow reminds us about famous story of William Tell which can be perceived as a symbol of rebellion against tyranny but also is a comparison to a number of other myths or legends, specifically in Norse mythology present in the story of Egil in the Thidreks saga. One should see much further beyond the context of sagas and tales as something which is rotten or in a state of decomposition isn't supposed to be beautiful but that's how generosity of humans perceive state of things and art. Presented by me Objects Of Art are merely scratching the surface as wide and complex as the concept of beauty but isn't it the artist's role to ask even the most difficult questions. Comes with holograms and Authenticity Certificate with water marks. PRINTED ON: Hahnemühle Photo Rag White 310 g/m2 . PRINTED AREA IS 62cm by 74cm. - 3CM WHITE BORDER FROM EACH SIDE -
Photography Print:Digital on Paper
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:3
Size:26.8 W x 31.5 H x 0 D in
Packaging:Ships Rolled in a Tube
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Patryk Kuleta, a.k.a. Trynidada on Instagram, was born in north of Poland in 1978. Grows up surrounded by magical forests, lakes and hills in the region of Kashubian Lake District also called Kashubian Switzerland. Attends to High School of Applied Arts in Gdynia which he finishes with honors and then moves for couple of years to Manchester, UK. After his adventure with England moves back to Poland and graduates at the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź with one of the best diploma works of the year in specialization "lithograph techniques" then he moves to Warsaw and starts working as a freelance graphic designer for Adidas and other fashion apparel companies. At the same time he discovers the beauty of photography and of the frame-by-frame animation. He mainly works with his smartphone, but is fluent in working with DSLR cameras too. Currently lives, paints, photographs and enjoys beautiful landscapes of Gdańsk and Tri-city area also the Kashubian region and the coast of Baltic Sea.
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