I recently discovered him on the Abstract series on Netflix. I've never in my life been more inspired by an artist. I feel as if he gives my thoughts form. I really look up to him, which is refreshing and, as I mentioned, inspiring.
I look forward to exploring the world, life, and beyond more thoroughly, with more creative expression.
This is really truly wonderful, and the exact sort of contemporary art that I value and cherish. The notion that we can't yet see everything is a powerful message to convey. We know so much about how the world and the universe and work works, but also startlingly little. It seems as if when we answer one question, two new ones appear to replace it. It's immensely terrifying and exciting at the same time. It is my belief that these discoveries should always be available to the world at large. In darkness is how these discoveries get used against our species.
I have major issue with how man uses itself as a measure of everything. Man assumes that his knowledge is The Ultimate Knowledge, which is the peak of narcissism and foolishness. I mean... we already know what our limits are in terms of senses such as sight and sound... why the fuck would we assume that our perception elsewhere is the highest mark of ability and science?
But what do I know?
I like your reasoning.
I wouldn't necessarily he's "the favorite", just one that I like, who I went with because I thought it was "somewhat" of a less obvious choice. I mean, Van Gogh and Monet have definitely done things I liked, but a lot of people would probably say the same thing. I realize he's not all that obscure, but I'm not sure how likely it would be that he would make it in a thread like this. I know some people find him unsettling and don't care for him, which I get somewhat, because there is a strong sense of isolation.