Dennis Konstantin Bax: Quantized Realism

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Konstantin’s distinctive and whimsical style is a symbiosis of numerous trends. His paintings unite the inner structure of things with the explosive power of the spontaneous and immediate.
He scoops his inspiration from the vast ocean of impressions of the information age he creates something completely new. The borders between figurative and abstract, dream and reality are blurring. Spiritual insight meets graffiti, punk attitude and neon advertising. Dominant is the expression of change, of transition. The world in the flow of time.

Inspired by quantum physics, he interweaves forms from the abstract, the spontaneous unknown. Skilled, visual links in the composition of the image, gradually merge the fragmented and thus simulate the all-encompassing, vibrating field of form that permeates and animates our world. His characters are constantly in search of individual freedom, beyond the established thought patterns of our society.

“My paintings are the dynamic expression of a subtle and intangible world, from which all the material phenomena of ours originate”, says the artist himself about his artwork. The great visionary Prof. Ernst Fuchs once just called them “Windows to Infinity”

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Superficial vs. Inner Beauty
ONLINE EXHIBITION and food for thought...

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THE ABSTRACT MIND - multitudes of the self

I am sad, I am desperate. I am happy, crazy and adventurous. I am tired and discouraged. I envy you and I hate you. I love you and I need you to be alive. I AM HUMAN!

We are living in a radiant time. Dazzled by the beauty and perfection of the people in our mobile devices, we put on our sunglasses. The light is only reflected from the surface. It is a fallacy, because it does not warm us.

We are constantly confronted with an artificial image of reality in which happiness, beauty and success count more than their opposites. One is desirable, but the other is not. The one-sided focus on the seemingly positive, however, does not help us to understand the entirity of our being. The world is polar. We are light and shadow, success and failure, happiness and sorrow, confidence and hopelessness. We should be proud of this diversity, because it is our very own personal journey.
Each person, a composition through which the universe is singing.

"Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes" - c.g. jung

The portraits of the series "The Abstract Mind" deal with the essence behind our outer appearance. They are explorations through the dark forests and sunny plateaus of the human existence. The fine, inexpressible nuances of our being are what true beauty is made out of. An explosive power, invisible to the eye.

The American psychologist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross sums this up very nicely by saying:

“The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen.”

Beauty is understanding, care and realization. It arises from within and if it is truthful, it transforms into love on the outside. Your mirror is the person you touch.

See, how beautiful you are!

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Paper prints and limited edition canvas prints are available from some pieces. Infos underneath the images.
For custom prints please contact me directly.

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;-) Konstantin
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Absolutely incredible Dennis!

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