Travel: a written accompaniment to the thesis exhibition
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AbstractThis paper accompaniment to my Thesis Exhibition explores my recent personal experience in life as well as the aesthetical issues I consider in creating my artwork. My work deals with the relationship between individual and the environment, and the impact of physical and psychological familiarity with a particular space and culture. In the journey of everyday life, I share experiences with other people by making art. My response to the events that happen around me is conveyed through the work. The specific ways I express my ideas are presented as a whole and influence the viewer's response to my work. Because of this approach, I consider several issues in the production of my work: the choice of material, art as experience, my art's ambiguity with regard to the viewer's interpretation, and ephemeral nature of the work. I consider my work as a process in the flow of time and the journey of life; it provides a space for intensifying the experience of the viewer and myself.
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