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Third Period of Artistic Activity

 

Scientific beauty as a result of the expanded visual field

 

Presented artistic works are created based on assumption that the source of the aesthetic inspiration could be found not only in the world of our common existence but, due to expansion of our scale of perception, it can be expanded from the micro to the macro world (the scientific objects). The visual world of science supplies the visual objects that is synthesizes  during the creative act in the picture of the expanded visual world (macro-micro.). Artistic works from this period called "scientific visualization macro-micro world" shows an attempt of synthetic approach  of scientific fragmentary description of the world with axiological conditioned aspect of the cognitive act. Axiological element of the cognitive act is the metaphysical impression of the eternal straggle of the good and evil penetreting of the all micro-macro world. Virus, snake, ugliness of the distorted by the illness fragments of the real world are only selected aspects evil existence that destroy the beauty of God's Work. Saviour sometimes only slightly visibly points out to the end of destruction and death opening the Way of returning to the lost Paradise.

 Presented works are also the results of understanding research carried out in the Queen Jadwiga Research Institute of Understanding. The results of research in our Institute  clearly indicates on the very limited cognitive area of the so called scientific-materialistic approach and stress the big significance of the metaphysic in the human cognitive process.

These works of art are parts of the QJF Art& Science Gallery exposition. All these works of art are result of the aesthetic investigations dr. Z. Les in the years 2007-2012. All these works of art are donated to the Queen Jadwiga Foundation by dr. Z. Les.

 

 

           

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