Mark Brusse
18 November 2006–08 December 2006 | Dirimart

Mark Brusse

The impact of Eastern philosophy in Mark Brusse is undeniable. Overall, Zen Buddhism helped the artist acquire new value judgements on life-art as whole and express the accumulation he had while the general principles of the teaching, suach as harmony, respect, simplicity and tranquility formed the essence of his works. Attributing human characteristics to nature and animals, Brusse focuses the attention of the viewer on ‘reality’ and ‘awareness’.

M. Azrâ Genim

SELECTED WORKS
The many sounds of silence II
The many sounds of silence II
When stones grow wings III
When stones grow wings III
When the earth speaks up IV
When the earth speaks up IV