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Man's journey on a quest to know himself is as old as time itself. Any progress stems from pushing the boundaries of physical and mental capabilities, leading to groundbreaking discoveries and enhanced human performance. Still, the explorations of the soul remain somewhat a taboo in modern society. Thought of as a third counterpart to body and brain- this ephemeral, intangible concept dwells in the realm of the uncanny, an underdog in the world of science and technology. Nevertheless, the last couple of decades of unprecedented technological advancement have also witnessed the return to the questions of human interiority as the psychosomatic impulses propose a rare unchartered territory still veiled in uncertainty.
Introspection presents works by three artists, who each approach human interiority and raise questions for the viewer's understanding of the basic, the primal, the essential. The artists in this exhibition use video art as a preferred medium, which juxtaposes timeless concepts with latest technology.
William Cobbing (United Kingdom)
Saarbek Amankul (Kyrgyzstan)
Zamir Suleymanov & Emin Azizbeyli (Azerbaijan)