ART Habens Art Review // Special Issue ART Habens Art Review - Special Issue #89 - Page 138

ART Habens Irena Romendik that which makes a piece of flesh alive and breath, and dance, and create poetry -- this is the ultimate ever changing constant. Usually, slow objects get more details in my drawings, and really fast movement has an equivalently fast arabesque gesture record. Drawing, dance, as well as music becomes very addictive -- a unique drag that alternates speeds from super fast to incredibly slow including everything in between. I keep sketchbooks that help me to record events and ideas and share them with someone else. It can be a container for curiosity, banking undeveloped ideas to percolate into something later. I believe in everyday practice: artists and designers are laborers, and making is not about the end product -- it is about the process. Chuck Close said: "Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us show up and get to work." There are millions ways to define time, and anything from the mountain formation and rings on a tree trunk, graynes or length of hair, drumming, breathing, poetry, clocks and factory punch cards, cherry blossoms, as well as cherries, drugs and meditation, yoga, and human life itself -- all is an attempt to capture the passage of moments. Special Issue Remembrance of erasable Mechanical means of recording time fascinated humans from time immemorial, and with the genius of Edward Muybridge’s Human and Animal Locomotion, 23 4 05