Art project ’Beech Dog ART’. Irina Ozarinskaya (Kiev resident of Odessa). automatic translate
A new project by Irina Ozarinskaya is a witness of the artist’s powerful artistic intuition. Enveloping in its spatial limits the existential experience and impulsiveness of the calligraphic incarnation. This appeal to the art of spatial relations, localized in the form of architectonic unity. The idea of an infinite deployment of space inland and in width gives the inherent art-beech seriality, embodying a square-shaped squared images of dogs.
Keeping the attention to the book as an artistic object, or rather, as an object of mot-art, Irina Ozarinskaya continues the tradition of world art livres d’artistes, which, according to Michael Lam, is imbued with the desire for a permanent embodiment of artistic communication.
Beech Dog ART, only is likened to zoomorphic stylistics (as earlier her crows embodied ornithomorphic semantics), being a myth-gramme of the human soul unfolding in the text, the depth of its nature no less than Chekhov’s «Kashtanka».
Representing animals in a holistic and contextual manner, Irina Ozarinskaya does not follow the «animal style», does not stylize, but attains naturalistic truth, in the form of a visual text.
The art project with graphic execution (drawing a word and a word like a picture) transforms the form of modern art beech to a direct perception by the viewer of the entire artistic object. Each of the images of animals acquires an anthropomorphic character. By placing an image opposite the text, or in front of it, it becomes a kind of calligraphic-plastic commentary.
Tearing out the text from the elements of everyday life, the author of the project gives him the opportunity of bold speech in the direction of visual forms that have not yet been seen.
Experimental Center for Contemporary Art «Tea Factory»
street Karantinnaya 21/1, Odessa.