20 Dec '14, 3am

Egyptian artist Armen Agop reveals how his heritage influenced his work

Egyptian artist Armen Agop reveals how his heritage influenced his work

Interfering with a part of nature (in this case granite) and deciding to change its way of being is a big responsibility. Granite, which has existed before us and will most likely exist long after us, is not accustomed to fast change. So I dedicate a long period of time to discovering what I really want to do or what the stone might suggest. In this way, a natural relationship begins between man and stone. Its hard character and compactness needs more time. Slowing down the rhythm to catch up with the granite creates a meditative process. After spending a long time together the result clearly manifests as a personal, human experience with a part of nature or, one could say, two parts of nature. In the end the nature of the stone has changed; it has a new way of existing, a new reality after engaging in a human experience.

Full article: http://www.artpluralgallery.com/blog/2014/12/between-man-...

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