The Perversion Artist

The Perversion Artist

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welcome to the cinema cartography [Music] [Laughter] [Music] gudar has immediate impact he has the power to remove us from a place of comfort and passivity to a place of unrest and inquiried he refrains from giving formulaic answers instead reaching inside a place
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beyond rational explanation where art exists for the sake of art only the paintings of alexandria vallejevska have the weight of masterpieces iconographic and extremely eye-catching they make you feel you were looking into things you weren't really supposed to valejevska crafts perverted and alluring paintings with no cultural and historical context they feel suspended in time trapped in an arterial dimension in which
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francisco goya's etchings the grotesque landscape of alejavska's work are both disruptive and beautiful they speak of both the uncanny and the wild subconscious and are not made to be easily decoded as a matter of fact they aren't made to be decoded at all they go in the complete opposite direction of the current trends in art predilecting emotion and raw sensation over high intellectual concepts finding inspiration in a time where the crafts of art spoke louder than the rhetoric of
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critics and experts her work is more preoccupied with form medium and motif than with symbology and meaning she often works with mixed-media combining gouache pencils and ink washes on cardboard and paper her work seems to be sat in the aftermath of humanity in a space of complete chaos and immorality a post-existence of some sorts an apocalyptical world where signs and signals of both morality and norm are non-existent
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a space of complete liberation where any explanation takes away from the expression of chaos itself animals and children coexist through this everlasting play time girls inflict and impose violence into each other eyes lurk in the dark cats frolic on empty fields bodies grow under the craptic constructions and although those icons are alluring on their own is the perversion of order that makes her work stand out the most
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the just opposition of instinctively incongruent images that here with a complete new composition and just make sense together they just feel alright valejevska reveals all that is hidden underneath the surface the predictable life as we know is gone her work feels like the aftermath of a catastrophe that annihilated all civilization with all its symbols of power rules standards and expectations
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and so it's almost instinctive to try to elucidate to construct a lore that goes hand in hand with the perceived world created in her paintings to try to put order into the chaos with logical thinking argumentation rhetoric but that weakens her message for by emptying her imagery and work aesthetic from pretentious discourse she is able to channel the power of the image in itself by not utilizing meaning in concept as a
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crutch she is forced to look at the painting in a vacuum every image completely detached and separated from the history of art she then looks at every composition in itself finding that the strength of the image lies in the image alone and so composition and mark making are the most important aspects to look here often citing the quattrocentes style as one of the biggest references of her
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early work valejevska pretty lacks the role of color and mood much like the 14th century masters themselves it's all about how paint is applied into canvas how images just oppose each other how value is worked in the image art for the sake of art her techniques vary from extremely detailed precision to a childlike mark making quality her works are never pleasant to look at
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but they arrest our gaze and because valichemska is not preoccupied with layers and undertones of messages she draws from a catalogue of archetypes in a seemingly random way icons and symbols present throughout pop culture gather a new form horror films advertisement music videos a cinema aesthetic renaissance paintings fairy tales all is present here making waves in this primordial soup of
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iconography both intriguing and disconcerting and because she's not overly preoccupied with the intellectual order of things she is able to really dive deep into the construction of the image working with a strict and methodical approach she bangs for five hours a day with or without inspiration it's all about quantity of production which then sorts through finding the image attack gems to catalogue valejevska's world feels perverse
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because it's so recognizable it is haunted by the ghost of 20th century and the unconscious desires and fears of humanity it is haunted by our memories of war corruption greed predatory behaviors it is haunted by the evils within it seems to deny any formality rejecting rationality at its core throwing away the shields of enlightenment to reach for a place of complete disorder
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the creatures here feel post humanity they feel post everything they are an amalgamation of everything that was is and will be everything that could be everything that would never be alexandre valejevska's world might not even be a world at all instead she presents us with this energetic ruin leftovers of the human condition to you they might feel like memories or dreams nightmares a decadent
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reminder of the perverted subconscious mind we all carry i turn back to the wilderness within an excursion to the shadow within the collective unconscious whatever it is it's our suggestion [Music]
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