Desperately tearing at the face we dont want to exist in or been seen with, to not be visible, to destroy any trace of it or life. That noise, roaring out with the horrible realisation at what we are and have always been and will spend the rest of our lives healing. We cant name that, or give it justice with words... But this art is it.
Composition VIII was painted in 1923 by German Expressionist painter, Vassily Kandinsky. He was a founding member of Der Blaue Reiter. These artists shared the philosophy to express spiritual truths through art, often in abstracted forms. Composition VIII reflects the influence of Suprematism and Constructivism absorbed by Kandinsky while in Russia prior to his return to Germany
by Antony Gormley. [Image #4 of Week: Feb. 10th - 14th]. I really like this image because it's like a human caterpillar, a person taken over by dark feeling left only to stand and attack others. I wonder what he meant by this sculpture, it's kind of depressing.