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Kristina Rutar

Puzzled III., collage, digital, 120x180 cm, 2015

Puzzled IV., collage, digital, 120x180 cm, 2015

Foto: Kristina Rutar

Foto: Kristina Rutar

philosophy, science, language, psychology and also religion. But with my works it is more related to introspection and self-observation, and the emotional part of the human being; Facing your own associations and unconsciousness. That is why I want my work to be a mirror, so that the viewer starts thinking about themselves and start listening to their own intuition and feelings. Of course, not many people search for such interaction in art. Everyone takes something different away from art, some people want to learn from it, some want an emotional response and others want something that is only aesthetically pleasing. I try to combine all these attributes into my work, to make a complete piece.

The suggestive juxtaposition between abstract and often dream-like imagery and a concrete plasticity seems to operate a temporal deformation, that removes the historic gaze from the reality you refer to, offering to the viewers the chance to relate themselves to the universally imagery your draw from in an absolute and almost atemporal form. So I would take this occasion to ask you if in your opinion personal experience is an absolutely indispensable part of a creative process... Do you think that a creative process could be disconnected from direct experience?

Summer 2015

My creative process is my personal experience

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