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Veaceslav Albu

The concept of Thought – Provoking Pictorial Art series of works was inspired by main ideas from performance art, conceptual art, and the philosophy of the thought experiment. It was raised as a result of numerous Author’s attempts to not only invite their audience inside the main concept of each created artwork but also encourage them to perform a special and unique role according to the created script shortly described in the title of each work. Although the Author uses the mirrors and their effects to invite the spectator to dive into that artwork’s inner world, the main idea of ​​the mirrors is to point to the metaphysics of the fourth dimension of our real world, where nests the information that causes the evolutionary transformations of the real world. This Author’s idea is very closely connected with Plato’s Theory of Forms.

According to the Author’s concept, the spectator’s thought performance is believed to be an ephemeral individual act of entanglement between that specific Author’s concept and the reasoning outcome of the visitors caught by this artwork. Nevertheless, the spectators (visitors) are free to record their own videos or pictures to become a part of a new and individual visual artwork that can be shared through social media giving a chance to them to even turn into social media stars.


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  • Wales Contemporary
    InArteVita is proud to present our featured artist Veaceslav Albu participating in the Wales Contemporary Internation Exhibition organized by The Waterfront Gallery in Wales, UK!

Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable”

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