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'Sunshine' by Kanrec Sakul at VUNU Gallery, Košice

Light moves. Colors move as well.
They got shapes. Vivid lines in the light.
Colors have boundaries. This is how we recognise them.
Sometimes one colour becomes another.
Everything depends on the environment.
Colors might not exist but then there would be nothing.
There is no difference between color and light.
A light too bright can burn your eyes.
I do not like long nights. I regret it when I oversleep in the morning.
For my eyes, morning is the most pleasant time of the day
Morning is the ideal time for painting.
You can see the Sunshine.

— Kanrec Sakul

9.9.20 — 29.9.20

Part of Display Košice 2020 exhibition series, curated by Nikolas Bernáth

VUNU Gallery

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