Live not live 117 Drawing by Artur Gultyaev

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Drawing: Pencil on Paper.

Arthur Kashak, with his already acclaimed graphic series "Living inanimate", which he studies, sometimes the incomprehensible and strange world of human rules and principles and the very existence of man. The artist tells us: "I want to show the strange duality of human nature. On the one hand, it is the thirst for creation, creation of life and in everything an unconditional positive truth. Rather indicated in the fact that man creates his own kind, and also with every scientific achievement, he shows that he constantly tries and creates life in the form of aircraft, machines, artificial intelligence, etc. Then one can safely say that this side of humanity is one of the meanings of his existence. But from the arc of the side, man, as a craving for the destruction of our world by his own creations. " This dissonance raises many questions about the justification of violence and the destruction of life, which carries Arthur in this thread.


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Live not live 117

Artur Gultyaev

Russia

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