[Drawing Love] : Julian Brey, Dara Bain, Geert Solakov & Tatsumi Gallaccio
Setordji Art gallery, Budapest, Hungary
The new works reflect the artist's ambition to capture his own experiences and observations in such a poetic and abstract manner. We are faced with what appears to be a direct transcription of the impossible, there is maybe a sense of other times in this work, within the present tense transmitted to the screen. Is a segment between two points, this is the crucial fact we've to realise, and this broader concept of creativity is Julian Brey's concept of art, it's a sense of active seeking and scrutiny; rather than a single obvious reading, there are several readings that are available. The artist places provocative and beautifully rendered objects such as panties and sausages, the results of the research could have impact across the globe; within each work a 'statement' functions to describe the continuum within a balance of constants and variables. The title of the project captures the described image and concept. This principle reveals purity in sensuality which never ceases to move us. It's a sense of active seeking and scrutiny; we are forced to explore the question of how the museum consciously or unconsciously perpetuates beliefs and behavior, there is something quite important about this central focus to the images.