I see unity everywhere. Everything is interconnected in an
invisible net, a single structure inaccessible to the human
mind. Unity express itself, for me, in the symmetry of
the micro-world; in the geometry of the macro-cosmos,
the community of elements of the matter of the universe
and the similar processes of the development of society
and civilisations; in parallels between the mythologies
and religions of the world; in love between a man and a
woman. The idea of unity can liberate mankind from fear,
insecurity and aggression and, with combined effords, it
can take us onto a new stage of development.
Encoutering the Unknown.
When I am painting, I feel like a godhead creating a new world. The paints, diluted in water, take on a life of their own. They merge to form rivers and seas, grow roots and branches, they pulsate through my veins, electrify my nerves and dissolve into the dust of bursting stars. Everywhere I can see the initially designed cogs, the fractal repeating itself in endless variations creating Universe after Universe.
For me abstraction in nature is not amorphous, not formless. These are just fragments extracted from their figurative context. The problem is just one of perspective, the angle of perception. At a certain distance any abstract composition turn into a concrete form. I am interested in the energy binding matter into a particular form.
What principle determines its distribution: is it quantity or quality or yet something else? Is matter a property of energy? What are variety and individuality necessary for?
Time determines the how long a certain form will preserve its own individuality.
E = mc² is the famous formula of Einstein. It describes energy as a property of matter and vice versa. Intranuclear particles appear out of nowhere and disappear again, dissolving in the energy flow. If we introduce the tenth dimension in a purely mathematical way, all the four forces known to us - electromagnetism, gravitation, strong and weak radiation - will reveal themselves as a single force that can be described by one formula. This means there exists just one structure in the Universe that seem to be well, organic. It may be an enormous cosmic body and we exist as a part of the tiniest cells of a gigantic organism.
We produce the substances or hormones necessary for this organism.
We exchange information for the individual and general well-being.
We feel the need to experience being part of a whole.
We feel the need to love one another.
We feel the need to be one.