My work is both representational and abstract. It is about the absurdity of being a human

Result #1

being, and about the impossibility of being able to say anything. Its about how our bodies cant be made to work. Our internal organs are too strong, too tight, too much in need of adjustment. And so the artist has taken a knife and made it do all the work of his hand. The knife is now a metaphor for the human body. Its a metaphor for the body as a thing, and the body as a thing that can be made to do a lot.

Result #2

My work is both representational and abstract. It is about the absurdity of being a human being, the impossibility of being both, and the impossibility of having both. In the beginning, there is the uncanny, and the uncanny is what makes my work strange. Its not the way we are supposed to see it, but it is the way it is. But in the end, it is the way it was, and it is what makes it a sign of human suffering. The uncanny is a way of making the human experience more real. It is a way of putting it in our own hands. I have to find a way to be human, to give the human experience a human face. It is an uneasy face, a face that is difficult to ignore. We do not want to be human, but we are not as crazy as we think we are. We see ourselves in our faces, and we are aware of it. The uncanny is a way of recognizing that human life is a painful existence, and a way of showing that human suffering is the inevitable result of human alienation. It is a way of showing that human suffering is not a bad thing.It is not just the human face that I want to see, but also the human face as a whole. I want to see human faces as I see them, that is, as they are in themselves. The human face is a face that we can recognize without having to look at it. The human face is a face that we can recognize because we have seen it before it. The human face is a face we recognize because we have seen it before we were able to recognize it. The human face is an image that we can recognize because we have seen it before it. The human face is a face we recognize because we have seen it before we knew what it was. It is not a face we are able to forget, but it is a face that we recognize as something we can identify with, something we can identify with because we have seen it before it.

Result #3

being. It is about being alive and not simply about being a tool. It is about the condition of being human and not simply about being a tool. It is about being alive and not just about being a tool.

Result #4

being and the wonder of being an artist.

Result #5

My work is both representational and abstract. It is about the absurdity of being a human being and about the absurdity of being a painting.The works in the show are all from the 60s, and there is a feeling of time passing. The paintings are based on a series of photographs of young women from the 50s, who appeared in magazine and in newspapers and were photographed by the artist. They are shown with a casual eye, with a casual gaze. It is as if they were just out of a photograph book, and they were taking a photograph of themselves. They are also dressed very casually, which creates an aura of privacy. The effect of this is not romantic but rather slightly surreal. It is the paradoxical, the impossibility of being present, a refusal of the desire to be present. The paintings are about the absurdity of being present. They are about the absurdity of being present, about the absurdity of being present, about the absurdity of being present, about the absurdity of being present, about the absurdity of being present, about the absurdity of being present, about the absurdity of being present. It is the image of the world as a world of appearances. It is the world of appearances as a world of appearances.

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