Keywords:artwork, mysticism, iconography, Chazbijewicz, Tarkovsky
Filmmaker, poet and visual artist Stefan Chazbijewicz seeks to establish a mystic space in his artwork, a domain of salvaged reality, or, as he puts it, a semiotic representation of what we are after salvation. Here we present three of Chazbijewicz' recent visual artworks together with a text that introduces his approach. The three images, “apres-nous,” “Greece, Athens,” and “The Question of Acropolis” are all recent works, employing a variety of techniques and references to collectively suggest a path, a series of perspectives, and an aesthetic programme.
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