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This is not an apple
Why? Because this is just an image of what appears to be an apple. For that matter, what you are looking at is an image of an image I created of images I saw. A word is not a thing, a thing is what it is in its original state. The quandary is what we see around us have a lot of depiction of reality. Cakes with icing made depicting flowers, artificial plant kept in your living room, and then those parks where you think it's a wooden fence, only to touch and feel it is a well crafted cemented fence which looks exactly like a wooden fence. Similarly, there are a lot of things conveniently welcomed in our lives which are nothing but adulterated reality.
Not that it is bad or I am a critic of art aesthetics in our lives but just putting forward how things are around us. But the question would remain, how far are we going, how would we know reality vs. depiction? What if we are already in a state of things where we don't know original attributes of things around us?
Note: Painting will be framed in a wooden frame with glass - 33 x 40cm.
- Size: W 33.0 cm x H 40.0 cm
- Medium: Painting
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Vinay Thakur is a sincere self-taught artist. He does not take art just as a hobby but as an attempt to express passion in thoughts. By applying abstraction, Thakur creates intense personal moments masterfully created by means of rules and omissions, acceptance and refusal, luring the viewer round circles.View Profile »
His works do not always refer recognizable form and subjects. The results are deconstructed to the extent that meaning is shifted and possible interpretation becomes intuitive but multifaceted. He believes in giving pleasure to eyes of the audiences and make them take away a key message which they would have ignored in their everyday life.
Vinay Thakur currently lives and works in Singapore.