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The theme of the exhibition is about the artist perception of the spaces we’re living in, and our knowledge about inner and outer worlds that surround us. It is an attempt to reflect on the Universe of our being and beyond, using the language of the visual art - a language that everyone can understand.
Much of the artist identity can be attributed to belief in the power of the subconscious and humankind’s spiritual connection to the Universe. His art is in part the spiritual process of symbolizing and uncovering the experiences that circulate in our lives. Artist always try to encourage viewers to take a step back and reflect on missed meanings and interpretations of life. This exhibition is an invitation to journey across the infinite space of dreamland and reality.
The artworks selected for this exhibition were inspired by various thoughts and events related to our past, present, and future, as well as the artist's memories, feelings, beliefs, relationships, and so on – the endless sequence of elements that forms the truly infinite space of our dreams and reality that surrounding us.
Vladimir Kolosov was born to create. His life has always been connected to art... mostly visual art and music. Art is his alter ego. It was a long journey from Vladimir’s study of classic fine art in the USSR in the late 70's to what he is doing today - the art and writings that reflect the complex world in all its diversity. Vladimir is a polymath, he got education in fine arts, music, mathematics and physics, psychology, and business. Vladimir published essays about contemporary surrealism in the VOYZX Art international magazine (ISSN 2561-5130). His writings were reprinted in Surrealismo International (Spain), and “Agulha Revista de Cultura” (Brazil). His art is featured in several books, the most recent is “Vladimir Kolosov Through the Looking Glass”, VOYZX Press, 2022, 240pp.
As an artist Vladimir is known as a colourist and for his ability to create works that make the viewer to think. He uses various media and during different periods worked in different styles developing the philosophy that is behind each of his artwork. His artwork is a space where different elements live and interact to each other. There is an environment, energy, movement, relationships, and feelings. Colours play one of the key roles in his art. Thus, the elements interactions expressing through colours as contradictions and contrasts in composition in his works.
Vladimir considers that the empathy is the foundation of creativity. He sees and understands the outer and inner world of his model, empathizing, and portray this model in all its integral diversity. According to Vladimir, empathy relates to memory and imagination both of which have the capacity to bring us back to the past or let us investigate the future.
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