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Alex Nodopaka

Rookie - 0 Points (1940 / Russia)

Deconstruction of transcendence

The concentration
on the idyll to nature
as a wide range of loneliness
seems to nature
as disposition is to scenery and
the discovery of post modernism
thus continuing the individual and
the romantic feeling
of contemporary visual representations.

Loneliness is coupled
with a number of symbolic qualities.

Now that emotions and personal feelings
are linked with a Romantic revaluation of
the representation of Postmodernism
and the discovery it is conjuring,
the pictures form issues
range from the Romantic feeling
to Postmodernism and the discovery of
the message becomes transcendental.

The symbolically charged beauty
of the immediate experience
of motif strands outlining a reawakened
interest in a number of formulations
dealing with the fundamentals of
Romantic representations.

Alex Nodopaka Nov©2008
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Submitted: Wednesday, September 09, 2009

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