AN INTERACTIVE PORTRAIT OF A NON-OBJECTIVE VISION OF ART
Kazimir Malevich had a profound impact on 20th-century avant-gardes. Member of the "Cubo-Futurists" from 1912, Malevich developed his work in constant research of new visual forms, creating his paintings as manifestos of his revolutionary artistic ideology.
From 1915, Kazimir Malevich composed a series of groundbreaking paintings to define his theory of "Non-Objective" Art: a visual representation where the objective world is meaningless and where "the significant thing is feeling".
Created with words and paintings of Kazimir Malevich about his works, this short experience is made as a portrait, not of Malevich himself but of the specific vision(s) of art he developed with his "Non-Objective" paintings.
"THIS IS A NEW PLASTIC REALISM, PLASTIC PRECISELY BECAUSE THE REALISM OF HILLS, SKY, AND WATER IS MISSING. EVERY REAL FORM IS A WORLD. AND ANY PLASTIC SURFACE IS MORE ALIVE THAN A DRAWN OR PAINTED FACE FROM WHICH STARES A PAIR OF EYES AND A SMILE"
KAZIMIR MALEVICH ABOUT SUPREMATISM
PURE SHAPES, WHITE BACKGROUND AND POINT ZERO
Three paintings are at the heart of Malevich Vision(s): Suprematist Composition (1915), Black Square (1915), and White on White (1918). These are three visions, three "Non-Objective" works bringing different axis of views, movement, and visual ideas to explore.
Experience the Movement of the Universe and its different colorful and geometrical shapes. See the Point Zero of Painting from a single black square on a white background. And get a sight of infinity from a White on White square floating in the space.
Dwell in Malevich's "Non-Objective" art, read about it, contemplate his work along with his own words, or swim on a white ocean where pure shapes are living.