Science and Art or (better) Science + Art = Oliver Sin paintings and sculptures. A different artwork. Enjoy the day, Yareah magazine readers.
Both, science and art have been exploring all their possibilities during the past and current centuries. Time of changes, of great discoveries and disasters, a great time for creators and also for killers. The centuries which have accelerated the history and thus, the evolution of sciences and arts.
Anyway, scientists and artists seem to live in separated worlds and their investigations seem to be in disconnected books and buildings. Someone said that our future is intuited by artists and afterwards, scientists close it in an equation. Of course, the man who said these words, he was an artist: Antonio Gades, a Spanish dancer.
The artist Oliver Sin bases his work on the possible dialogue of these two strangers, on a feedback between the cold world of a scientist and the usually bohemian life of an artist. The result is amazing, a little Dada, a little Expressionist, always Conceptual and full of ideas and questions. And art which motivates viewers with irony, with color winks. You cannot be indifferent in front of it.
What is Oliver Sin trying? Well, listen to him:
‘I like to make my pictures about the future and science. That’s why I use math symbols and numbers. Painting is the last thing I like to think about, when I make my pictures. I just let the artwork born by itself, because that’s the way how things work for me. I don’t need inspiration to start painting, my only need is a material to work with, because I think that the time or brainwork doesn’t help to make better art. I don’t try to make masterpieces; I give them a chance to create themselves. I just let art work.’
And art has worked, no doubt.
Congratulations Oliver Sin for these fresh works!
More about Oliver Sin: http://oliversin.eu/