We are all in the present day, right?
A: Our history is full of sketches. At some point, we started to sketch the past. Before there were pencils and paper. The drawing techniques of the primitive tribes were almost the same as that of people in our society now who have learned to draw. For example, our ancestors used to use stone circles as a map on the ground. The drawing was very clear, because it was only on a circle as it was cut using a hatchet. On a circle with circles of a different size you could see very easily the lines and lines of the lines of the circle. This is how we see today.
Q: If we talk about sketching as a way of depicting the past, do you see yourself as being influenced by any of your predecessors in the field of art?
A: We are so different from the people of the past; they did not want to paint, and we do not want to paint. The past is so great that it touches you, and it makes you understand that there is no difference between your past and today. It was only by means of this great history that the human race was able to go on, and the most important thing was to realize that history was only a way to describe the past that has passed away. In other words, if we are to continue being the same human race as before, the best way to tell the past is to tell the present as well.
Q: Does your style reflect that style of other artists in your school?
A: No, not for the most part. On the contrary, we are very influenced by the world that we live in now. Our style is based largely on the ideas of other artists.
Q: This style is more akin to the art of the German Expressionists?
A: Yes, for sure.
Q: Why didn’t they use this style?
A: The Germans, to avoid offending people, just had to imitate the great style of people who were different from them. At that time, it was a way to show the human race a human side that was not represented by the paintings of the Germans that we have today.
Q: Do your people not want to paint because it hurts their feelings?
A: Of course we want to paint. And even when painting doesn’t hurt our feelings, we like to paint. In addition, we use drawings as much as we use the
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