black square



Kazimir Malevich's Black Square has always been very meaningful to me. I guess it is a great depiction of what I stand for, of what I strongly resonate with. There is just something so powerful about the absence of color, about the absence of conventional academic art techniques. If this work of art had a definition it would consist of only one word: revolution.

It is not about the black, it is more about the concept. It is about society and its norms. It is about this society's leaders, this society's followers, this society's revolutionaries.

But mostly, it is about absence. About the absence of norms, of conventions.
it is about the absence of everything. It is about a certain void.
The feeling and the void beyond this feeling.

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