Fotos: Renée Kellner

Die Zeiten, an denen alles dicht wird, schmerzlich zusammengezogen, wohin sich garantiert kein Lichtstrahl verirrt und alle Hoffnung sich längst aus dem Staub gemacht hat …

Vom konditionierten Verstand her gesehen, läuft hier etwas falsch, jemand ist schuld, wir sollten nicht in so einem jämmerlichen Zustand sein, schwach und vom Leben geschlagen. Wir sollten schneller, weiter, besser sein …

Von der Stille her betrachtet, gelten die Aspekte der Konditionierung nicht. Schneller, weiter, besser hat hier keine Bedeutung. Hier zählt Freundlichkeit, anwesend sein, etwas von Herzen zu mögen. Stille integriert, alles, selbst den Blues und all die ungeliebten Kinder …


The times when everything gets tight, painfully constricted, where no ray of light is wandering by and all hope has disappeared long ago…

Seen from the conditioned mind, something is going wrong here, somebody’s guilty, we should not be in such a pathetic state, weak and beaten down by life. We should be faster, further, better …

Seen from silence, the aspects of conditioning do not apply. Faster, further, better has no meaning here. Here, friendliness counts, to be present, to like something from the heart. Silence integrates, everything, even the blues and all the unloved children …

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:

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