Andrey Marin. FULL POCKETS OF SENSE Automatic translate
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The entire creative biography of the artist Andrei Marina is associated with a spontaneous stream of fantasy and reality. The works represent their mixture. The first picture was painted in the summer of 2015 in the same spontaneous and intuitive manner as all the others, painted until today. Creativity burst into his life so rapidly that to understand what this hobby means, the author simply did not have time. From the very first day to the present moment, Andrei has been captured by a bright and unconscious wave of creativity, and where this element will take him, he has no idea.
“We live in a world of meaning. We are looking for a logical connection between the most unconnected things. We feel physical discomfort when something in our field of vision is without these puts. Fortunately, nothing depends on us, we are just gears in the mechanism, involuntary spectators of this theater of the absurd, where it is easy to draw a logical connection between a hammer and fruit kefir, laces and a fluorescent lamp. But you never know what nonsense will be convicted of total reflection. The show goes on! Take a closer look at my canvases, what is the meaning of your consciousness in them? ”
Over three years of hard work, about 100 works on canvases, as well as 80 works on paper, appeared.
Previously, Andrei did not take part in exhibitions.
I was born on the shore of the Barents Sea in the Northwest of the Kola Peninsula in 1986. My father, a serviceman, was transferred to the reserve during the collapse of the Soviet Union, and therefore in the early 1990s, my friendly family moved to the town of Morshansk in the Tambov province in his small homeland. There I went to first grade and studied at school for 6 years, after which my troubled parents decided to move to the city of St. Petersburg, where I continued my education. I never experienced a passion for academic sciences, but I read a lot. After leaving school, like all my peers, I thought for a long time what to do in life, but in the next 9 years I still did not understand anything. During this time he studied at three institutes and worked as an engineer in the military industry. This activity did not bring me any closer to understanding what to do with my life. But once, one sunny day at the very end of the summer of 2014, idly staggering around our beautiful city, I wandered into the cadet corps of the Menshikov Palace, where the Manifesto Biennale 10 parallel program was taking place. Art changed my life. There, among the dull walls of a half-abandoned building, I ended up in another world that I had been looking for for so long. The wonderful world of discoveries and unexplored secrets. I realized that I do not want to leave him more than anything in the world, and therefore there is only one way forward - to become part of it. From that time to this day I am an artist.
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