Abstract Art through Prism of Nesslessness
- Master of Art graduate of OTIS College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, holder of BDes of MSU of Design and Technology in Moscow. Continuing extensive researches on application of various technologies, mixed media and innovative materials incl. patented Dynamic Carbon technique, Samson writes about art, art making, as well as, various underlying social and philosophical aspects.
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The artist’s work starts from something that can be real or abstract, although anything abstract, for the mind still has, at least, some qualities of real. A true pursue of abstraction in art is unquestionably explorative and speculative to extent that consciously excludes systematic or logical concretizations. This paper covers a period of exploration that resulted in a series of art pieces reflecting some of the period\'s symbolic aspects with the goal to approach author’s own abstract ideas with a degree of logic. Nesslessness is the term author associates with explorations that help articulating practice of the abstract art and its creative foundations. The definition of nesslessness is \'a meta-process of grasping desire for material factuality rather than abstraction\'. Through nesslessness, the aspects previously considered to be detached from a particular instance begin to compound concurrently. It is a flow initiating from a state of conception to a material one. One of the aims of research has been to ponder into the mind of a creative artist, where comprehensive processing of an idea occurs before it takes shape in a material form.
[Sweet Samson, MFA (2016); Abstract Art through Prism of Nesslessness Int. J. of Adv. Res. 4 (1). 846-852] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
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