MENTAL NOTE #94: “LYRICAL BOLLOCKS”, my NEW Modern Conceptual Art Series – Complete MASTERPIECE Artworks Of the Modern Conceptual Art Genre, MORE POWERFUL than a BLACK HOLE!
LYRICAL BOLLOCKS — It’s a Serious 2-Part Parody-Series of an Art Movement that takes itself Seriously.
- n.A literary or artistic work that imitates the characteristic style of an author or a work for comic effect or ridicule.
But in my case, I am serious in the artistic merit and value of my works in the “LYRICAL BOLLOCKS” series. They transcend time and space … not like so much of that other rubbish that infects Modern Art. “LYRICAL BOLLOCKS” FINE ART SERIES
YEAR : 2020.
SERIES DESCRIPTION : As instantaneous replicas become transfixed through frantic and repetitive practice, the viewer is left with a microscopic clue to the possibilities of our era while wildly confused by the emptiness of The VOID.
That, my friends, is pure power!
Here’s the First Artwork from my new series: VOID #1.
It’s NOT JUST A VACUOUS BLACK STAIN ON CANVAS!
No. Look carefully and you will see a tiny dot in the upper-left quadrant of the work. It’s not just one dot, it’s two dots — I suggest you stand 6-inches away from the work to grip the full power of its magnificence. The 100% Zoomed-image below, shows the two lonely Dot Figures sitting in “The Empty”, aka, The VOID.
VOID #1 ARTWORK STATEMENT:
Full Title: “VOID #1 – STUCK ON THE DARK SIDE OF THE ROUND LENS CAP.”
As temporal replicas become distorted through emergent and diverse patterns and repetitions of blackness, the viewer is sucked into the artwork, and embraced by two isolated and miniscule figures, left with a testament to the darkness of our future in VOID #1.
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Influences of this Work:
I would attribute the following MODERN-DAY MASTERPIECE as the key source of inspiration, after all it must be great, it is being exhibited in a major art museum.
Masterpiece’s Title: Either “Untitled”, because that’s the hip thing to do in Modern Art.
Or, it may be Titled, “The damned dog knocked over the black paint can and covered my canvas”. Something this stunning needs NO Title! The visual greatness speaks volumes, and a title would only diminish the superiority of this work….Title! HA! We don’t need no stinking titles to describe GREATNESS!
Whatever it is, I was paralyzed with awe, and had to do my best to compose something at least half as Masterful as that work.