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From the series “Blood of Calcutta”
Many persons mix up style and subject, and it’s a mistake, at least I believe it. It’s a mistake because style is who you are, your wishes (toward a higher aspiration), desires (to communicate and so to please others) and pleasures (to smile at what you’ve done). It should be worked, detailed, understood before to practice any kind of arts. It’s the salt and pepper. It’s your personality you want to share with others; it’s your character you want to assume; it’s your ideas you want to defend. Art is sharing, it’s communication. To communicate, you need something to say. So if you’re not sure about your style, if you don’t define yourself, how to convince viewers about ideas and emotions you’re not sure to have? You can’t just act and mimic them. You know it’s shallow and produces too much emptiness (a paradox, isn’t it?). But when you know yourself a tiny little bit, all subjects can carry your identity, spiritually, emotionally, intellectually. Subjects can varied, you’re still in communion with them. They are you. Still, some themes consecrate better your soul than any others. Calcutta is this one for me. I like gritty images for more textures and a physical connection. So is Calcutta. I like stories flowing without abruptness. Calcutta is built in this way. I like shadows to imagine death inside. Calcutta again. I like light in the contrast, for outbreaks of life as though life was a miracle and a disease in the same time. So, yes, Calcutta is my style.
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