If I think a lot about my drawings I think they show a rejection of the political reality of my surroundings and they attack the system of alienation that expands its volume over many areas of life and the daily social political realm. The rejection of the dominant alienation should be what poets and visual artists usually do, but in this era the cultural logic is the opposite; instead of an escape from or attack on alienation, there are artists making a tongue-in-cheek commentary—there is a reluctant celebration of the irony of having to surrender to the forces of alienation, consumerism. I believe to have rejected this logic.

 

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January 7, 2014 · 6:23 pm

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