Power of interconnectivity is a representation…

“An artist is somebody who produces things that people don’t need to have.” -Andy Warhol
Power of interconnectivity is a representation where its own delivery often fails. Not only it is often marginalized also misunderstood in its form and context. The reason we go to interconnectivity is not for wisdom but for dismantling the wisdom. What we present in here is a ghost of a representation, interpretation, disconnection, certified copy, structure, critique as delivered and installed from one medium to another. We are not attending to connect you to the universe. We are giving you something that you don’t have and probably you don’t even want.
The Power Of Interconnectivity is a visual concept in its very becoming. We practice a dance on our inner universe, we aim to create unity within our Pieces, we defend our poor images by creating originality, we try to resist symbolism, there is no specific image of our identity on our drawings, even no faithful image, you shouldn’t come to the show if you are seeking answers, we deny the existence of space and time on our pieces while dancing together, we read Simone de Beauvoir when she says;
“I am too intelligent, too demanding, and too resourceful for anyone to be able to take charge of me entirely. No one knows me or loves me completely. I have only myself”
We found ourselves our only pairs, sometimes self-satisfaction material
to carry ourselves away, we truly know that we rise again after we fall again and we fall again after we rise again.
We exist in your crazy thoughts, we mess the artwork, we goes to clichés
We are incapable of convincing perfection, we do not accept idealism.
We desire to adventure to no limits to no ends.

Published by boolour

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