Art project "Beech Dog ART". Irina Ozarinskaya (Kiev Odessa). Automatic translate
The new project of Irina Ozarinskaya is a witness to the author’s powerful artistic intuition. Enveloping in its spatial limits the existential experience and impulsiveness of calligraphic embodiment. This is an appeal to the art of spatial relations, localized in the form of architectonic unity. The idea of infinitely expanding the space deep and wide gives the artwork inherent in the art book, embodying images of dogs in plane-squared format squares.
Keeping attention to the book as an art object, and more precisely, as a mot-art object, Irina Ozarinskaya continues the tradition of world art livres d’artistes, which, in the words of Michael Lam, is saturated with a desire for the constant embodiment of artistic communication.
Beech Dog ART, is only likened to zoomorphic stylistics (as its crows previously embodied ornithomorphic semantics), being the mythogram of the human soul, unfolding into the text, the depth of its nature is no less than Chekhov’s “Kashtanka”.
Representing animals in a holistic and contextual way, Irina Ozarinskaya does not follow the “animal style”, does not style, but reaches a naturalistic truth, in the form of a visual text.
A graphic art project (drawing with a word and a word like drawing) transforms the form of a modern art book to the direct perception by the viewer of the entire art object. Each of the animal images becomes anthropomorphic in nature. Positioning the image opposite the text, or in front of it, it becomes a kind of calligraphic-plastic commentary.
Tearing the text out of the elements of everyday life, the author of the project provides him with the opportunity to speak boldly towards not yet seen visual forms.
Experimental Center for Contemporary Art "Tea Factory"
Quarantine street 21/1, Odessa.