The artist is interested in organic, naive, fast and tribal development of writing and painting. His inspirations are his mood that he expresses through colors and to let coincidences happen during the creation process. So that, after the intense and poignant painting experience, a wide variety of faces suddenly appear on his canvases. Unplanned, simple and honest they emerge from the abstract pattern like masks of tribal art. By the way, have you ever experienced when faces appear where there were none? This phenomenon’s name is ‘facial pareidolia’ and is scientifically proven that we do not only see faces in everyday objects, our brains even process objects for emotional expression much like we do for real faces.
So the question remains: what do you see?
Ludovilk Myers’ artistic expression is a search for evolutionary contemplation. The observer’s interpretation is completely detached from the intention of the artist. The observer is allowed to get lost in the composition and to be able to detect new shapes at every glance, every moment, every day.
Tania Di Brita