Christina Tzani’s art focuses on children figures. Each painting incorporates a unique visual perception which leads the viewer to a personal coclusion based on their own aesthetic perception. The artworks intetionally engage the spectators eyes so that they can perceive the artworks’ conceptual approaches by choosing the most dominant principle according to their own visual criterion. The viewer is called to acknowledge their own deeply ingrained assumptions of aesthetic and empirical perception indicating that this is a continuous process of definition and question.
The artworks symbols predispose the ontological and conceptual substance of the meaning intervation, as it is comunicated from the artists mindset towards the perciever.
The subject presentation influences the viewer’s interoceptive sensitivity by revealing the motive of the artworks’ painting actions in direct connection to the viewer’s ego.
Christina Tzani’s exhibition called ‘Exteroceptive Sensitivity’ will open at June 15th in Igoumenitsa’s Archaeological Museum and it will last until June 30th.
The exhibition is organized by the Municipality of Igoumenitsa, the Regional Unit of Thesprotia, the Regional Union of Municipalities of Epirus and the Ephorate of Antiquities of Thesprotia.
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