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Aug 23, 2017 | 12:33 PM EDT
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gore
space
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Series: Dead Planets / Entry No. 2

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KaijuBunnyKaijuBunny

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Interesting. What is the message? Is it exploration? Or suspended duality or something?


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BinaryDood responds:

I never create allegories. I create my own world. That world does not signify anything unusual. It just exists, it has no other meaning. I think symbol and allegory rob the artist. Creator brings up images which express, reveal life the way it is. They are not Aesop's fables. This manner of working would be too primitive not only for the contemporary art but for art of any era. Artistic image possesses an infinity of meanings just like life carries an infinity of meanings. An image changed into a symbol cannot be analysed. When I create my images I use no symbolism of any kind. I want to create an image, not a symbol. That's why I don't believe in interpretations of supposed meanings of my pictures.

Clarity is not most important. The world created by an artist is as complex as the world that surrounds him.