Sunday, August 23, 2009

1 comment:

  1. "...what remains when a life has gone"?

    Mostly I'm rather unaffected when I see a dead body (animals the cat
    brought home), perhaps annoyance, sometimes disgust.
    Your works arouse other feelings: love, pride, passion and cheerfulness.
    Dancing, hugging, having so much fun playing fiddle with its own bones...
    (at least that's what I thought when I saw your recent painting).

    So - what remains when life has gone? A dream of life - what it was or
    should have been, a celebration of life?

    Morning newspaper comments the circumstances of death of Theo Angelopoulos
    who died after a traffic accident while shooting an action scene of his
    latest movie, they say this kind of death doesn't fit to his way of life
    and they say that maybe death never fits to life.
    I think they are wrong: life and death are closely connected. that what
    your taxidermy works are all about...

    @pantarrey (Clara)