First Edition

Dimension (x,y,z): 22.00 x 16.00 inches(55.88 x 40.64 cm)
Original Price: 100.00 USD
Run: 100

2501 Kaliyuga Edition Size: 100 16 x 22 Inches Gold Screen Print + Black Letter Press On 290gsm Coventry Rag $ 100.00 "This piece is all about dominating or pushing your limits forward. Trying to escape from your fears. It is a mash up between my geometric and figurative works. This piece has several icons in it. If you look carefully in center there is St. George, who is killing the dragon. He is the only Christian saint that is also in the Muslim culture. For me making anything that is creative is a medicine, and a way of studying in general. Through this study, you then study yourself. That’s the whole idea. It creates a loop, this is why I used circles for this series. Kaliyuga is the era we are living in now. The era of confusion. The mess. It is not the apocalypse, but this moment is a moment of sickness of the planet and of the human being. The reason I am influenced by Buddhism is that it is an ancient psychological way to live your life. It’s not telling you there is a divinity. It is more using symbols that you can practice. You can practice a certain type of meditation. You can look at a map that reminds you to the passage for this type of meditational practice. In Tibetan culture you would not have a painter that would paint Christ. While you are painting a certain type of symbol you have to practice it. I show my morals in the same way. I create these hypnotizing patterns, these shapes. That’s where the loop closes. ” - 2501
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