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Until now, paintings have determined various elements such as location, color, shape, composition, size, material, medium, technique, sensibility, originality, and so on, imposing (compelling) these upon the viewer.


The viewer has no choice but to accept them. In other words, when an artist expresses a painting in a specific form, it inevitably creates constraints and a lack of freedom for the viewer.


I believe the painting closest to freedom is one where colors, shapes, expressions, and such are akin to something being generated within the brain of each individual viewer. Paintings should be reborn as something imagined and created within one's own head. If such a painting existed, it could liberate viewers from these constraints and a lack of freedom.


This is a new form of painting. This painting liberates viewers from constraints and a lack of freedom, making paintings that are bound to conventional forms a thing of the past.


Imagine this.

Many people around the world picture that Mona Lisa in their minds, right? Most individuals would probably visualize roughly the same image. But this new painting is different. This new painting allows people around the world, across time and space, to conjure up their own individual images within their heads.


The bare minimum necessary idea for expression (the minimal constraint) is given, but without it, there would be no expression. From this idea as a starting point, each individual imagines and creates in their own colors, shapes, expressions, and interpretations.

An upside-down depiction of Earth, painted in yellow. At the North Pole of this inverted Earth (which is currently at the bottom), a shape resembling the base of a light bulb is illustrated in either gray or silver.

(Can you picture what's depicted in this painting? It portrays a genius. Can you see it?


I believe a genius is someone who overturns the world (or its conventional wisdom) with their ideas, illuminating the world.


This painting represents a glowing yellow light bulb. Light bulbs are commonly recognized as symbols of ideas. And if you take a closer look at the shining yellow spherical part of the bulb, you'll notice that the Earth is drawn upside down.


Through this depiction, a genius who overturns the world (the Earth) with their ideas (the light bulb) and brings light to the Earth (the world), is represented.)

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