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3 Pieces (Triptych)
Oil on Canvas
90 x 60 cm. (each)
Fate is a word rarely encountered in the dictionary of the modern critic. Strategies, positioning or representation are a different case. Yet this is a concept one cannot do without when characterizing the art of Michael Hazin. Without foisting or pedaling the drama of the quest for national identity, the artist thematizes this concept – only not on the level of theme or subject or even biography. While these planes are of course present, the main thing is the plane of form-creation. “Fate turned out that way” is transformed into “the vision turned out that way.” This “turned out” incorporates a sense of process or development in time. Multi-layeredness. Hazin has been able to thematize this multi-layeredness of vision as a form of optics. His polystylism is organic; this is not postmodernist pastiche, but the quality of poetic optics corrected by fate…
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