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The Bush Print - Limited Edition of 10

Boris Marinin


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Photography Series Description: "Experiment 752" This photograph captures the intriguing interplay between nature and the man-made, a theme that is both simple in its composition and profound in its implications. The image is divided almost equally between the textured lines of a dirt road and the chaotic tangle of an overgrown bush, the latter stretching across the frame like a living entity. The juxtaposition of the bush against the twilight sky creates a striking contrast. The sky, in its pastel hues, offers a serene backdrop, almost painterly in its gradient from pink to blue. This softness accentuates the wild, untamed nature of the bush, whose dark, dense form seems to both blend into and emerge from the shadows of the evening. There is an inherent tension in the scene—between the orderliness of the road, marked by the tracks of vehicles, and the wild, unstructured growth of the bush. This tension speaks to the broader theme of human attempts to impose order on the natural world and nature’s relentless, indifferent growth in return. The absence of human figures or the direct imprint of human hands allows the viewer to reflect on the environment itself as the main subject. The photo suggests a narrative of neglect or abandonment, but also one of resilience and survival as the natural world quietly reasserts itself. In its stillness, the photograph has a meditative quality, inviting contemplation on the boundaries we draw—both literal and metaphorical—between the civilized and the wild. It serves as a metaphor for the encroachment of urban development into natural spaces and the inevitable, if often unnoticed, reclamation by nature. As an art critic, one might find this image compelling for its understated commentary on the impermanence of human endeavors in the face of nature's inexorable advance. It is a visual reminder of the complex relationship between human progress and the natural environment, a relationship that is both contentious and symbiotic.

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Print:Giclee on Photo Paper

Size:8 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:13.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Multidisciplinary artist and curator Boris Marinin was born in 1987. Holds a BFA in Screen Arts, and MFA in multidisciplinary arts at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. His artistic process is influenced mainly by self-study, the practice of frustration, and his psychoanalytic analysis. Artists Judith Sasportas, Joseph Beuys, Matthew Barney, and the musical genre Black Metal, inspired artistic decisions and are an integral part of his developmental process. ​ In his art, Marinin tries to differentiate and capture the sublimity of nature using amorphous forms, that do not necessarily relate to the plain material world we know. With his analytical art, Marinin will take us on a journey where we will be exposed to the movement of nature, extinction, and opportunity while uncovering personal interpretations of the connection between an artist and an object in order to show us what lies behind our dimension. Boris Marinin currently lives and works in Vienna, Austria

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