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All our communication systems are just a helpless attempt to squareness of life. We use symbols to reduce the universe and creation to human size so that we can understand it and not go crazy.

There are 3 types of artists. Those who catalyze their inner chaos through art, those who reflect the zeitgeist and those who want to transmit positive energy to people. And of course, all of the mentioned united in one person.

 

Philosophy must take its start from a stumbling block, from a thinking restlessness, no matter whether this thinking is called astonishment, criticism or speculation.

 

ELLA LUGIN_

Digital Artist

Creative philosopher

Energetic

The artist Ella Lugin was born in Switzerland, but spent her youth in Stuttgart and Munich. She trained as a dancer (modern dance and ballet) at state dance schools. Afterwards she worked in show business and at the same time she started painting. She stopped painting in 2000, after an exhibition at the Galerie Wehrli in Zurich. Digital photography opened up new worlds for the artist.

In addition to her activities as an event creator and photographer, she created photographic fine art works in loose succession, which she ended in 2020, with the discovery of new technical possibilities in video editing.

PHILOSOPHY

Ella is fascinated by the sensuality inherent in nature, flowers and botany as well as human beings in their energetic spectrum. Over the past few years, an extensive portfolio of fine art photography has been created.


July 2020 marks the beginning of a new creative phase for Ella. Inspired by new developments in video animation software, the artist is able to create video art through which she expresses the philosophical level of her perception.

 

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"I am fascinated by quantum science because it tries to explore the explicit details of the blueprint of life through the scientific and microscopic view. But what if this view becomes more and more fragmented and we never reach the final answer because we lose sight of the whole by examining only the details? 

 

What holds the world together at its core? What creates the world? Why do we feel separate?

"These questions have accompanied me since childhood. The question is what "the world" really is and whether we will ever understand it, even if we have found the final building block. Pretty sure knowing the creation code would (and already does) completely overwhelm most of us. What would that mean for our lives in this reality? Personally, I assume that this reality and all forms are one likeness and all the answers are already there.  We live with it every day and therefore do not recognise it.  Scientists are on the trail of the creation code and in a few years nothing will be the same as it once was, on all levels of human existence.

But one thing will always remain the same - the longing to merge with the whole.

Would we endure the act of merging? The energetically oriented, meditative work explores the question of how we can open ourselves to the source energy so that the energy (wave) takes hold of us but does not destroy us. 
 

Through my art, I try to break the habit of seeing to make the interplay of elements visible in a philosophical way.  I use digital technology to highlight the hidden elements of matter and artistically break down our linear way of seeing.

My approach to dealing with the fundamentals of life and energy is artistic and not scientific. After all, what good is our cerebration and purely intellectual approach to life if we are no longer able to feel the energy within ourselves? 

Nature and energy are the cradle of our existence on this planet. Nature is grandiosely beautiful, energetic and indescribable and so are human beings. The question about the creators of this wonder is probably the oldest question of all and it is only ever answered by what we can imagine asking. Where we direct our attention, there the answer will form.

Nature and energy are the cradle of our existence on this planet.

Nature is grandiosely beautiful, energetic and indescribable and so are humans. The question of the creators of this wonder is probably the oldest question of all and it will only ever be answered by what we can imagine asking. Where we direct our attention, there the answer will form.

In order not to be alienated from ourselves by technology and our microscopic view of details, we need the poetic, light-filled and refracted view of "matter" that focuses on the centre of everything.  In essence, the appearance of creation is one dance of elemental particles materialised through our focus, desires and imaginations.I never tire of using my art to bring the viewer into an enchanted gaze of the other reality."

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