George Enescu Str 43, Bucharest, Romania
`Kandinsky claimed that artistic feelings were actually about perception, so colours can influence your mood. Yellow is potentially upsetting while blue predisposes most people to meditation, having a soothing effect. Kandinsky’s theories on colour were similar to those of Goethe: certain colours can cause certain emotions. Colour has the ability to put the viewer in direct connection with his spiritual state.
“Loud Silence of colours” proposes a game, a walk in the imaginary world, a parallel reality that materializes by mere awareness. Automatism and improvisation underlie the biomorphic and fluid forms and the continuous lines, they are aided by exploring the unconscious and exploiting colours to their maximum capacity. How do we translate thinking mechanisms in a visual form? We can find a language and some systems by which to express them. The twist is that the viewer can also become a creator because each of us perceives things differently. Therefore, his role is an important one because he has the ability to compose and decompose what he sees and create his own feeling. What happens when we try to translate sound into colour or condition into a form? You tell me.