Artwork Morals Clause (from series Vibrát) main picture
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Artwork Morals Clause (from series Vibrát) other picture
Artwork Morals Clause (from series Vibrát) other picture

Radoslav Bigoš

Morals Clause (from series Vibrát)


100 x 150 cm

The picture is the last of the Vibrate series - the name Morals Clause is based on US law 50.-60. years of so-called moral curses, which could be imposed on anyone who did not behave according to norms, so he acted immorally. It was used extensively politically, to vengeance. Only later did the law only apply to drugs, alcohol and sex. abuse. In each strip there is an inscription that visually refers to the absurdity of this spell and denies - ironizes - its even pathetic, cruel dimension

Pigments, paper, oil on canvas.



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*1987, Ostrava

Fragility, irony, rawness, overlap, joke. These are the variables we could associate with the timeless work of Radoslav Bigoš. However, if we know his work more intensely, we begin to perceive their depth and intimacy. It seeps on us, as does the color over the layers of material on its impressive canvases. Elsewhere he comes out almost of a dream, like a colored imprint scrubbed up to the initial moment of painting, to dissolve as well as watercolor.

Text-enriched painting does not necessarily have to be readable from the beginning, it can only stand here as a witness, like a page taken out of the diary. Therefore, it is not only the point of view here, as usual, but above all our participation and the degree of openness of our mind. There is a very thin line between writing and drawing, if there is any boundary to talk about. It is these liberated lines that link Radoslav Bigoš's work not only with this exhibition, but with his entire work.

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