Larissa Kulik is another great artist featured in Bash Contemporary’s exhibit “Hallow Be Thy Game”, which opens tonight in San Francisco. She works in digital medias and has produced some excellent works with a surreal, clean vision. Larissa currently lives and paints in Ostrov, Pskovskaya Oblast, Russia.
Reception: October 11th, 6-8 pm, Bash Contemporary
(On View Thru Nov. 9th, 2013)
210 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, CA
My art is a mixture of photography and painting in Photoshop using the tablet. In my work there are a lot of different mechanisms and audiences often ask what it means. I’m trying to show the relationship of all that surrounds us, because there are no coincidences in this world. If I use a rope it is merely a metaphor for telling stories and connecting them into a single plot. Any seeming randomness is an unexplored regularity. The world is much more complicated than people can comprehend, and much easier than what one creates in their own mind. Sometimes all the clues are staring us straight in the face.
- Via Bash Contemporary
Link to Larissa’s Website
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