The Cave by Marko Stout

Posted on December 5, 2010

The Cave is a scenario in which persons take to be genuine that which in detail is an illusion. In this case Marko Stout values “The Cave” as a metaphor for our considered and sensory limitations, as our human know-how is restricted by our imprisonment inside a body, we thus try to realize the environment of the cosmos through myth, beliefs and technical methodology in an unrealistic try to realize the universe.

You must think of a cave colonized via prisoners whoever have been chained and held immobile since birth, bound to look merely at a wall in front of them. Behind the prisoners is an enormous shoot, between the shoot and the prisoners is a reared walkway along which citizens walk supporting objects on their mayors encompassing numbers of men and creatures prepared of wood, stone and other materials. The prisoners watch the shadows cast via their jailers not knowledgeable they are just shadows. There are also echoes off the wall from the sounds resulted from the walkway.

Marko Stout NYC artist and creative individual who utilizes an outsider post-expressionist method of the “academic visionary” action to realise the human know-how and basic environment in the universe.

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