Instantly identifiable as a Milarky work, this original piece of art has been drawn on hand-torn cotton rag paper and would look beautiful float framed to emphasis the unique shape and raw edges of the paper.
Dimensions: 300mm (dia)
Medium: Acrylic, Pigment, Aerosol
Milarky focuses within the realm of Nomadism and what he aligns as ’the Return to Nomadity’ of our species due to the misled ability to care for the Earth. Nomadism being a response to the environment, an adaption through a generationally founded ability to attune to nature, as opposed to our societies current mind set to tune the land to our desired ways. Recently finishing his Masters based on the field between Nomadism and Sedentarization, to decipher the position of a contemporary Nomad, and investigate the domination of current borders and ‘mobility limitations’ on our species Nomadistic tendencies, along with the cause and resistance this has on environmental issues.
Milarky gained his Masters based on the realms between Nomadism and Sedentarization, where he travelled over 9 months across the American Continent for the self-developed ’Nomadic Residency’ Project, which was aimed to decipher the position of a contemporary Nomad. Currently, this has situated his practice with the approach of investigating the domination of borders and ‘mobility limitations’ on our species originating Nomadistic tendencies, and the cause and resistance this has on environmental issues.
All Milarky works are one-off originals, always.
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