Resins, fibreglass, paint, h-86 cm
Nazar Bilyk’s “The Space Around” continues the general line of the sculptor’s art. It is dedicated to the interaction between human and surrounding space, the study of specifics of the form creation and its perception by our mind. On one hand, this work is anthropocentric, it focuses on person’s image, but on the other, the human outline dissolves in an ideal shape of a sphere, and along with it, in the environment. Using the counterform, which precedes the appearance of form in sculpture, the artist pays attention to the inner world and sees the external world through it, looks into the process of creation itself, slightly pushing the veil of secrecy, but leaving room for speculation.