I don’t want to travel to the future to see the flying cars, self-replicating pizza, or sex robots…no, I want to go to see the society that has forgotten tribalism, ancient fairy tales, and the entire notion of “us vs them”.
Mister Jablow’s art is the best type of provocative. It forces one to reconsider preconceived notions, mostly about morality and cultural norms.
My favorite example of his work is:
Innocuous enough, until he takes it in a wondrously detailed direction:
Whether his work is a commentary on society, or simply a jab at things commonly thought of as banal, it serves the viewer a helping of introspection, and in doing so pointedly wets one’s appetite for more.
These absolutely surreal, yet realistic, sculptures are the reason I love art. Please visit Choi Xooang’s website, and/or make the time to see one of his exhibits.
구마 마나 오바 |타 거 마라하 토미 마 거 다마하 브가 |아막 나 냐 마나 더약 |마나 냐 뷰도고터 다허라기 냐 어타 디그 여담버
kuama mana opa | tla ke malaha tlomi ma ke tamaha puka | amak na nya mana teyak | mana nya puetokotle tahelaki nya etla tiku yetampe
always power danger | 4sg O bad-AUG attract and O good-AUG corrupt | never 1sg for power request-NEG | power for be.ready-AG-REL low-MOT-REFL for P.4sg pick-up give-LIM
Power is always dangerous. It attracts the worst. And corrupts the best. I never asked for power. Power is only given to those who are prepared to lower themselves to pick it up.
veni a nosa casa
tua carga es pesosa
el ia dise no
ma nos dise tota no
come con nos
e iniora la ante cuandos
La popla de la mundo debe junta per combate la odia de persones con mentes pico. Ama es plu potiosa ce odia. Vade abrasa lo!
failing all society
stomping on propriety
grin and take
not real but fake
forgoing the norm
but for his own sake
kanto ma tsula ke kupa te Pitelo Katsolo pue
mourning and celebration O death GEN Fidel Castro be.after
Mourning, Celebration Follow Death Of Fidel Castro
ke kanaha halon naye tlesayasa’o punta te Kupaya yakuayetle ma nayetsua nyematso ke hanya hayo kanaye ke ikahue saue’o kupapua Hauanahue
O leader-AUG controversy-ADV during 1959 revolt GEN Cuba overwhelm-PST-REL and during-almost century-half O country 3SG.POSS lead-PST O age-LOC 90 die-PFV Havana-LOC
Fidel Castro, the controversial ruler who took power during the Cuban revolution in 1959 and led his country for nearly half a century, died in Havana, Cuba, at age 90.