The individual is the identical union with its environment. It keeps its culture, life, history and teachings forward. The artist creates his works by moving the normalized experiences of the individual one step further and culturing the emotions of his teachings. Kula, a young and contemporary artist, encountered many animals in the steppe, where the first periods of life took place, and many non-human beings. While the artist matures his artistic teachings, he is sometimes inspired by Dali, sometimes by Picasso, and sometimes by Bacon. They modeled and played their meaning by bending and twisting objects and integrated them into their own art. As can be seen from this article; While creating and transferring the artist to the audience, he showed humanoid emotions through animal figures.
Dali, Bacon, Picasso, Mustafa Kula, Emotion, Transformation
|Author :||Nuri ÖZÇELİK|
|Number of pages:||245-255|