Since the beginning of 2017 I have started a new series of drawings, which, in contrast to my previous works, showed my distinct passion for scientific fiction, quantum physics, astronomy, and the history of Earth. 

 

As I went further and deeper with all the subjects, amusingly, my focus, had been somehow shifting from fantasizing the alien world into questioning our human existence. It would appear that I was journeying to the unknown terrain so many light years away and abruptly making a return, not back to our earth, but to the inner self.

 

'Where Are We Going?' What a rudimentary question for every human being in this world, yet how many of us could be capable of providing the answer?  What does it mean to be human in this universe? 

Let the journey begin, and may the pursuit of knowledge and passion for love never stop. 

(first written in February, 2017, and last modified on March 29th, 2018)

Water #5
Water #5

252.5 x 196cm (with margin) Graphite on Clairefontaine paper 2017 With signature on the front side (sold)

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Water #4
Water #4

196cm x 131cm (with margin) Graphite on Clairfontaine paper 2017 With signature on the front side

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Water #3
Water #3

196cm x 131cm (with margin) Graphite on Clairfontaine paper 2017 With signature on the front side

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Water #2
Water #2

196cm x 131cm (with margin) Graphite on Clairfontaine paper 2017 With signature on the front side

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Water #1
Water #1

196cm x 131cm (with margin) Graphite on Clairfontaine paper 2017 With signature on the front side

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She finally understood how she was but a mote of dust in a grand wind, a small leaf drifting over a broad river. She surrendered completely and allowed the wind to pass through her, allowed the sunlight to pierce her soul. 

 

---- "Death's End", Liu Cixin

Water . At the Edge of Dark Forest#1
Water . At the Edge of Dark Forest#1

20.6cm x 29.2cm on 26cm x 36cm Ink, graphite and acrylic on Arches hot press 2017

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Water . At the Edge of Dark Forest#3
Water . At the Edge of Dark Forest#3

20.6cm x 29.2cm on 26cm x 36cm Ink, graphite and acrylic on Arches hot press 2017

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Water . At the Edge of Dark Forest#2
Water . At the Edge of Dark Forest#2

20.6cm x 29.2cm on 26cm x 36cm Ink, graphite and acrylic on Arches hot press 2017

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Water . At the Edge of Dark Forest#4
Water . At the Edge of Dark Forest#4

20.6cm x 29.2cm on 26cm x 36cm Ink, graphite and acrylic on Arches hot press 2017 (sold)

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Water.Sphere.Triptych
Water.Sphere.Triptych

31cm x 41cm (each) Graphite on Arches hot press 2017 Made in Atina, Italy (sold)

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Water . Sphere
Water . Sphere

41cm x 31cm (with margin) Graphite on Arches hot press 2017 Made in Atina, Italy

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Night Glow
Night Glow

22.6cm x 18cm on 26cm x 36cm Graphite and ink on Arches hot press 2017 With signature on the front side

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'Curiosity, which may or may not eventuate in something useful, is probably the outstanding characteristic of modern thinking. It is not new. It goes back to Galileo, Bacon, and to Sir Isaac Newton, and it muse be absolutely unhampered.'

 

---- "The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge", Abraham Flexner

Triptych 2017
Triptych 2017

61cm x 86cm (with margin) Pencil, ink and acrylic on paper 2017 (sold)

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Triptych 2017
Triptych 2017

61cm x 86cm (with margin) Pencil, ink and acrylic on paper 2017 (sold)

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Triptych 2017
Triptych 2017

61cm x 86cm (with margin) Pencil, ink and acrylic on paper 2017 (sold)

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The heavens themselves, the planets, and this centre

Observe degree, priority, and place,

Insisture, course, proportion, season, form,

Offic, and custom, in all line of order;

And therefore is the glorious planet Sol

In noble eminence enthron'd and spher'd

Amidst the other; whose medicinable eye

Corrects the ill aspects of planets evil,

...

 

---- "Troilus and Cressida", William Shakespeare

At The Edge of Dark Jungle
At The Edge of Dark Jungle

34cm x 17.8cm Graphite, pencil, ink and acrylic on Arches hot press 2017 (sold)

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Chase the Light 5000
Chase the Light 5000

27cm x 56cm (without margin) Ink, pencil, photo collage on Hahnemühle hot press 2017 With signature on the front side

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Eon
Eon

Mural (permanently on view) Charcoal and ink 1,82m x 8m (approximately) 2017

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White Wonder
White Wonder

26cm x 36cm (with margin) Photo collage on Arches hot press 2017

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When radio waves were discovered, they weren't called radio waves, because there were no radios. They were discovered as some sort of radiation. 

 

Basic science for big breakthroughs needs to occur at a level where you are not asking, 'What's the economic gain?'. You are asking, 'What do we not know and where can we make progress?'

 

So what is LHC good for?

Could be nothing other than just understanding everything. 

 

---- "Partical Fever"

"The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents. We live on a placid island of ignorance in the midst of black seas of infinity; and it was not meant that we should voyage far."

 

 ---- "The Call of Cthulhu" , H. P. Lovecraft

Vassal Land
Vassal Land

26cm x 56cm (without margin) Ink, pencil, acrylic, photo collage on Hahnemühle hot press 2017

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Dance On Your Palm
Dance On Your Palm

26cm x 56cm (without margin) Ink, pencil, acrylic, photo collage on Hahnemühle hot press 2017

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Journey to the Gate of Evil
Journey to the Gate of Evil

17cm x 36cm (without margin) Ink, acrylic, photo collage on Arches hot press 2017

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Where to Begin?
Where to Begin?

17cm x 36cm (without margin) Ink, acrylic, photo collage on Arches hot press 2017

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Introducing Suck
Introducing Suck

17cm x 36cm (without margin) 30cm x 40cm (with frame) Ink, acrylic, photo collage on Arches hot press 2017

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Sketchbook

(selected pages)

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