LOVE & PEACE & VIOLENCE
Satoru Otska (May 24, 1972) is a Japanese Lunatic-Impressionist painter distinguished with his peculiar self-taught styles and incidental political-incorrectness. Guided by uncompromising autodidactism, Otska has represented the underrepresented into unrealistic comic characters in obsessively realistic manner. Otska never fails to take risks to commit the useless, outmoded, neglected, discriminated and illegitimated, with which even critical or counter discourses feel unprofitable, devoting all his labor to give birth to the aborted under the annihilating surface of the reign of the comfortable.
The exhibition "LOVE & PEACE & VIOLENCE" features his latest works on ambivalence of love and violence, two fundamental drives that easily turn into one another and thus never stand alone, exploring the peace as mediating both at somewhere between utopia and dystopia.
CLOSING with Theater SIKI