Conrad Bo. Paintings so complex I do not even know what it all means

The idea of making my paintings so complex that I do not even know what it all means was only made possible with a different way of thinking about art. Normally artists want to express what is inside of them and then convey that message to the viewer. But to make a painting so complex that as an artist you do not understand the full meaning that is in front of you, an external source is needed. There was two books that I used to achieve this. The one was the 5 Equations that Changed the World and the beauty and poetry of Mathematics by Michael Guillen, and the 17 Equations the Changed the World by Ian Stewart.

I then proceeded and tried to combine the manifestos of the Superstroke and Superblur Art Movements, with the equations in the above mentioned books. The results were very interesting and it gave complete new meanings to the paintings. In conjunction with the above I also added AELIC, which was a method I was using to be able to understand the correct way to Debit and Credit entries in Accountancy like a machine.

 

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