Subject Tags: space, universe, universal connections, relationship, travel, suspense, volume, dreamscape, dreamy, abstract patterns, flight, flying, oversized painting, large painting, indigo blue, symphony, geometry
Size: 59.06"W x 35.43"H x 0.08"D
Year Created: 2017
The largest piece, an original artwork, from my Connected series on paper. 150x90 cm, it conveys the cyclical motion of the city life, portrays crowded sociume of seemingly identical forms moving directional. The Infinity can be hang either way because there is a hidden symmetry to the image, i.e. the bottom stream of the paper planes mirrors the top stream that follows above closing in a circle. In this complex arrangement I tried to capture a simple issue of infinite cyclicality of urban existence.
Born in Kazakhstan in 1980, I call London ‘home’ from 2005. Studied art and law. One became a passion, the other one was a job. Full time artist from 2015. The artistic direction, i.e. my relentless attempts to capture the suspense of time in a flying moment, was found within 6 months. Ever since, I was busy creating collections searching for different ways to tell a story about the paper plane or a floating boat. Working mainly on paper and canvas, I jazz up watercolour with other media to preserve and enhance its delicate nature. Love clever art installations, mid century Japanese paintings, Scandinavian minimalism and buying pink or blue shades every time I pass an art shop.