Art-Trash-Abstraction

about a little but fast growing red on the right side of a MONDRIAN painting

– as a metaphor for the actual Fukushima nuclear catastrophe in Japan

~art-trash-abstraction
compare https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/03/13/abstraction/

or art-trash-abstraction – originally uploaded by Frizztext

Rhythm Of Black Lines by Piet Mondrian-c.1935-42

Image by kamikazecactus via Flickr

Rhythm Of Black Lines by Piet Mondrian-c.1935-42

Originally uploaded by kamikazecactus

Looking at abstract paintings our actual experiences get involved. The black lines of the Piet Mondrian painting, 1935, now become Tsunami waves. The blue area above left: the underwater eruption during the earthquake! The yellow field below, right, a ship near Hawaii? The peek-a-boo small red on the right border? The nuclear plant area of Japan after the 8,9 earthquake last Friday, 11th March 2011. Maybe that red will get bigger and bigger, the nuclear fallout can destroy so much… Piet Mondrian was forced to paint his clear compositions: escaping the chaos of the reality, the news, the noise … so am I today …

A neo-plastic like illustration inspired by Mo...

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read my amazon review on MONDRIAN www.amazon.com/review/RICJD0Z5F8D5G/ (english)

Piet Mondrian painted driven by a deep fear inside against the chaos of the world outside

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

7 responses to “Art-Trash-Abstraction

  1. German:
    IST DAS KUNST
    ODER KANN DAS WEG?
    +
    translated by frizztext:
    IS THIS ART
    OR IS IT TRASH?

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  2. All art … in the eye of the beholder who sees it as art. 😉
    Eliz

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  3. I remembered the architecture class related “De Stijl” fifteen years ago.

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  4. Hi Frizztext,
    I am a big fan of art and art museums. I especially am fond of modern art. I love this Piet Mondrain piece. I’ve never viewed in quite the way you describe, but it’s a very good metaphor to describe the happenings in Japan. Too bad the lines in the reality of the scene aren’t so clearly drawn…
    I found you through my good friend Elizabeth and her blog-hop…because I’m a hopper.

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  5. related:
    Playing again with Mondrian
    title=”Playing again with Mondrian by Christine Lebrasseur, on Flickr, sent to my group BLOG IT!

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  6. Pingback: the A archive « Flickr Comments by FrizzText

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