[Retrospective of Communicative Symbiosis] – Halina Lazarchuk


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This painting, “Retrospective of Communicative Symbiosis,” masterfully crafted by Belarusian artist Halina Lazarchyk, delves into the intricate tapestry of human relationships, and in doing so, unearths the profound bond that exists between masculinity and femininity. The artist’s choice of the constructivist style is not arbitrary; it serves as a deliberate and inspired choice to articulate her vision.

• About artist: Halina Lazarchuk


Dimensions:100 × 1 × 80 cm

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Within the abstract landscape of the canvas, geometric forms and structural lines echo the very essence of the constructivist movement. These forms serve as metaphorical representations of gender archetypes. The juxtaposition of the male head on the left and the female head, elevated on the right, artfully encapsulates the fundamental contrasts between the sexes, emphasizing their unique attributes.

The symbolic stream, gracefully flowing from the woman’s lips into the man’s mouth, acts as both a metaphor for language and a conduit for the exchange of ideas, emotions, and experiences. It’s through this lyrical conduit that the heart of the artwork beats—the essence of communication.

The true depth of this masterpiece is illuminated in its message: that only through sincere, open, and thoughtful dialogue can man and woman find unity and symbiosis. The constructivist style not only underscores the intricacies of this connection but also accentuates the significance of structure, form, and deliberate design in our understanding of these fundamental aspects of human existence.

“Retrospective of Communicative Symbiosis” beckons us to recognize the central role of conversation and the artful exchange of ideas, painting a picture of a society where these elements harmoniously converge to create a more enlightened and harmonious world.

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Weight2 kg
Dimensions100 × 1 × 80 cm

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