b e l a s m r e k a / w h i t e s p r u c e

f o r m a   v i v a   m a g i j a   g l i n e   2 0 2 0, hrušica, slovenija

b e l a    s m r e k a, 2020, skulptura na prostem, cca 11 x 2000 cm, ročno grajenje, kamenina, porcelan, biskvitno žganje

inspiracija za skulpturo je prišla iz pokrajine njene postavitve. skulptura uteleša nevidno kvaliteto celote in (po)polnosti; zavedanja, da je vse, kar je, najprej združeno v celoti, iz katere se v času ločijo delčki s svojim lastnim edinstvenim poslanstvom. to zavedanje skupnega izvora ostane zavedno vpisano v delčku kot aspekt individualnega delovanja, ki ne pozablja na harmonijo celote. kot prinašalka novega rojstva, b e l a   s m r e k a   v sebi nosi kvaliteto preobrazbe ter prebiva v posebnem času. to je čas “zapika”; čas “odsotnega” časa. je čas pred prvim vdihom, preden se čas razdeli na zdaj/prej/kasneje; tik pred prvim pogledom okrog sebe: pogledom, ki se pravkar obrača od znotraj navzven in izbira določeno pot.

w h i t e    s p r u c e, 2020, land art sculpture, cca 11 x 2000 cm, handbuit, stoneware, porcelain, biscuit firing

the inspiration for the w h i t e s p r u c e sculpture aroused from the landscape of its installation. the sculpture embodies the invisible quality of the whole and completeness; of the awareness that all that is is first united in its entirety, from which the particles are separated in time by their own unique mission. this awareness of common origin remains consciously inscribed in the fragment as an aspect of individual action that does not forget the harmony of the whole. as the bringer of a new birth, the  w h i t e   s p r u c e carries within the quality of transformation and resides in a special time. it is a “home base”, time, a time of an “absent” time. it is a time before the first breath, before the time divides into now/before/later; just before the first look around: a look that is just now turning from the inside out and choosing a particular path.

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