Son returns to his Father"
The pleasure of a motiveless painting appears when caring
Beautiful rhythms come when fear is gone and affection leaves.
Perception is clear when the mind is calm, and becomes pure
virgin, when dualities are overcome. Consciousness returns
to it's Source... Son returns to his Father. This universal
principle, reflected in Scripture, I believe could be true
and applicable, for example, with the development of Art,
from it's past to it's future. As soon as an "objectivesation"
of consciousness (Ego) is the reason for all destruction (be
it destruction of
civilizations, empires, cultures, or personalities), but the
overcoming and a
divinization of a person (Ego), is the reason for all new
alive flows or
enlightenments... The history of Visionary Art started with
various sacred practices of the archaic ages.., where the
images were brought directly from certain mystic energetic
worlds and remained interactive for those whose perception
was ready for it. Such Art didn't look for public recognition
in the sense of art critiques and aesthetic estimations, being
a part of a cognizance of the universe and a tool of influence,
or serving as a door to the proto-images. By measure of an
'objectivisation' of a society's consciousness, Art was separated
from the Sacred Spiritual and has become a part of Culture...
As soon as Culture itself it is a dead religion (when Religion
losts it's connection to the world of Spirit, it dies as a
Religion and becomes Culture), Art had been undergoing Modernist's
changes, but still remained for a long time on a base of on
the previously given outer shape of the religious traditions...
From bad to worse, Post-Modernism, per se, rejected any connection
of Art to the Divine, and proclaimed the human mind and it's
constructions as the source of all goodness. Now we have already
announced the "dehumanization" of Art, so called
"Actual" Art, which in fact has the shape of the
dark consciousness of the poor "Prodigal Son." Where
the eating of the kitchen waste together with pigs may represent
and perform the "Actualism" of the
contemporary authors. Such words as " beauty" and
"love" are now a "bad tone," and a "serious"
art critic can never afford to make a fool of
them-self with such expressions. In museums of Modern art
and various Biennales we may see some heaps of a strange schlock,
which they call "Art," and hundreds of Prodigal
Sons around, who look for some spiritual food for their empty
souls in all this loathsome rubbish. This is the end of the
circle, this is an apotheosis of an aberration... Though,
anyway, it must be a very good sign, because after night always
comes morning, and I think we probably will become witnesses
and participants in a rebirth of the neo-Archaic ages of the
human-kind youth in Art history. Son returns to His Father.
3 of March 2005