The Artist And The Illusion Of Accomplishment

Fosco Sileoni

Hyperexpressionists move past their own fears by throwing them on the canvas, convinced that understanding is not enough anymore, it is necessary to come back and feel. They contemplate the immensity contained in the impossibility of the accomplished work. Artists stare at the void (the canvas) and the void runs through the artists. They never reach the full artwork completion: void lives in between the process of creation, and the artist transfigures it in the artwork.

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