New Symbolism Review in Whitewall Magazine
by Amelia Reynolds
Sanyok Gallery is currently showing “New Symbolism,” a collection of oil paintings by Jenny Belotserkovsky and Michal Tavrovsky. This show presents a new movement unique to the gallery: symbolic kinetic realism in 4D.
Symbolic kinetic realism 4D (SKR in 4D) is a new form of abstract art where the images abstracted are subjective to the viewer. The four dimensions of this movement are line, shape, space, and time, time in the form of memory being the abstracted force. The vibrant, ethereal pieces found in “New Symbolism” feel personal as the abstractions go beyond interpretation to individual memories, thus instigating a narrative journey unique to each onlooker.
Tavrovsky, also the owner of the Sanyok Gallery, commented on SKR in 4D, saying, “The viewer gets on a magic path which transfers him to a new dimension that broadens and renews his vision of the world and himself…You don’t tell a child how a kaleidoscope works, as all the magic will be gone.”
Both Belotserkovsky and Tavrovsky go beyond the essential capacity of abstract as this transcending symbolism enables the viewer to create their own personal associations. The fourth-dimension is the nostalgic aspect as viewers connect with the depicted objects through space and it e un Casino online giovane ma non per questo meno affidabile o sicuro di nomi piu vlasonati. time.
“New Symbolism” reminds us of what it means to be human. As Belotserkovsky stated, “Maybe God sees us through how we look in the 5th dimension.”