Introscopia

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Introscopia

The term Introscopia combine two fundamental notions for this project: introspection and microscopy. The individual psyche is a point of the interest and studies of the introspectionism. According to this theory everything what is mental should be also sensible and subjective. Mental states are entilted specific traits, diffrent to features attributed to the physical matters. They have no cause-and-effect dimension nor spatial just the time dimension.

The microscopy allows to have a deeper glance into a microworld. Looking at the reality from a completely diffrent angle and perspective, is easy to discover facinating structures, subtele details invisible to the naked eye. The images which can be seen through a microscope show abstract mastepieces.

The project Introscopia derives from the profound fascination of the nature and its enormous amount of shapes, forms, structures and colours. My deepest intention was to reveal the world where the boundries of the observation and inspiration are worn off, the emotions, and expresion claims to speak. The prime desire was to limn the world in utmost univeral way.

The conception of the project is based on contrast among micro and macro world. During the proces of reception the works, the viewer can behold the works from such close perspective that each detals create the pictures by themselves. From futher perspactive the pictures offers to spectators the full complexity of the matter.

 

The Earth 
digital collage, 80 x 32 cm, 2016

 

Blue
digital collage, 30 x 30 cm, 2016

Mold 
digital collage, 50 x 35 cm, 2016

 

Virus 
digital collage, 32 x 80 cm, 2016

 

Cellule
digital collage, 32 x 80 cm, 2016

 

Cellule II
digital collage, 80 x 32 cm, 2016

 

 

Roe
digital collage, 50 x 35 cm, 2016

 

 

In the darkness
digital collage, 52 x 26 cm, 2016

 

Stone
digital collage, 26 x 54 cm, 2016

 

Wave
digital collage, 13 x 45 cm, 2016

 

Winter depression
digital collage, 50 x 32 cm, 2016

 

Triptych I (Moth)
digital collage, 25 x 30 cm, 2016

 

 

Triptych II (Moth)
digital collage, 25 x 30 cm, 2016

 

Triptych III (Moth)
digital collage, 25 x 30 cm, 2016