Minimax 2

12 Minimax 2 - 2012, 204x147x47 cm. kombinovaná technika. (4)

Minimax 2, 2012
204×147×47 cm mixed media kombinovaná technika

Suppose we accept Mondrian’s thesis about breaking the image by making its individual elements equal by upgrading the original white background areas to the same level of the initially dominant figures (colored fields) and highlighting the emancipatory black stripes between them, which themselves become the content – the reason.

But what happens when the original visual concept is turned upside down? When the dominant figure is put into the hidden structure behind the image? We put the original background forward as the figure and let the structure which holds the image together disappear, turn into a view into the background, into a Matrix of chaos which gives rise to the harmony of Minimalism. The background becomes an empty levitating figure.

It is possible to imagine that the illusionary world of modernist ideas is viewed like a blank movie screen whose surface hides a complex real world producing this empty illusion, confusing for some people. Unlike the cinema my emptiness is a direct physical product of this background.

11 Minimax 2 - 2012, 204x147x47 cm. kombinovaná technika. (3)

Minimax 2, 2012
204×147×47 cm mixed media

10 Minimax 2 - 2012, 77x28x17 cm. kombinovaná technika. (2)

Minimax 2, 2012
77×28×17 cm mixed media

09 Minimax 2 - 2012, 77x28x17 cm. kombinovaná technika.

Minimax 2, 2012
77×28×17 cm mixed media