domingo, 26 de abril de 2015
A Confused- and Curious Mind has its Confused- and Curious Life
Mixed media, Chinese Ink, Pencil and Oil
From Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Studied Fine Arts at the University of Streets; Amsterdam, New York & Bangkok
“The best weapon against an enemy is another enemy”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
A confused- and curious mind has it’s confused- and curious life. I have always been interested in philosophy and psychology. Learning is about making mistakes and analyzing failures of thoughts and actions made by myself and others. One can only know themselves through others. By free will, forced by doing the wrong things and making bad decisions, I have been “privileged” to live in many different societies.
At the end, for me, it’s interesting to see through all the same patterns and phenomena of human behavior in all societies.
This is the reason that two decades ago I extended my interests into art and Buddhism. And eight years ago a took it to the next level by distance myself even further from Western society. Experiencing and therefore knowing that “The best weapon against my enemy drugs is my other enemy; Art”