Joy and Fear

 

Parallel Landscape 1

“Wie ist es möglich da zu sein?”

Rainer Maria Rilke

Der psychologische Verstand webt Ungenügen ins Erleben, streut Zweifel und mischt etwas Versäumnis hinzu, so als wäre da ständig etwas, dass zu korrigieren wäre, um die Persönlichkeit zu verbessern. Das lässt so einen Geschmack von Mangel zurück, es wirft einen Schleier über die Person wie eine Religion. Mit diesem ungenügenden Blick betrachten wir einander. Das Grundgefühl dieser Lebenskultur ist Angst …

Das schleichende Gift wirkt jedoch nur in der Dunkelheit der Ego-Trance. Sobald etwas Licht auftaucht, vertreibt es die Gespenster der Nacht …

Die Hüter der Morgensonne tauchen durch das Gedankenwasser auf den Grund der Dinge. Hier wachen sie in süßem Bann. Stille streift durch die Landschaft ihrer Körper, ohne auch nur auf ein geringstes Hindernis zu treffen. Sie haben den Flaschengeist, der in ihnen wohnte nach Hause geschickt. Niemand glaubt mehr an den Sand, den er in Augen streut. Die verliebten Wächter werfen sich in die Arme des Windes, das Grundgefühl ihrer Lebenskultur ist Freude …

 

Parallel Landscape 8

“How is it possible to be here?”
Rainer Maria Rilke

The psychological mind weaves inadequacies into experience, sprinkles doubts, and adds some omission, as if there were always something to be corrected to improve one’s personality. That leaves behind a taste of constant lack, it casts a veil over the person like religion does. With this gaze to be not o.k., we look at each other. The basic feeling of this culture is fear …

This creeping poison works only in the darkness of ego-trance. As soon as some light appears, it dispels the ghosts of the night …

The guardians of the morning sun dive through the water of thought to the bottom of things. Here they are awake in a sweet ban. Silence wanders through the landscape of their bodies without encountering even the slightest obstacle. They sent the genie who lived in them back home. No one believes anymore in the sand they scatter in ones eyes. The amorous guards throw themselves into the arms of the wind, the basic feeling of their culture is joy ….

 

Autor: Briant Rokyta

Briant Rokyta is an Austrian artist based in Vienna. He follows the principle of PERMANENT CREATION in performance, drawing, painting, writing and sculpting and in providing lectures and workshops. PERMANENT CREATION is another way of viewing the world. Not through the rational mind but through art, through being, which is constantly creating itself: Each moment is creation and oneself is intimate part of it. Human society is also changing, a new level of relatedness arises and the age of separation is sinking. I find it helpful and joyful to use art in such a way to support this process in favor of a world that is more beautiful, integrative and playful. The best way of doing so is to show this potential of art, in various garments and as a way of life together with fellow artists. For further information please check out: http://www.briantrokyta.com

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