21. 12. 2000 – 22. 1. 2001
Through his painting Huzjan tells one of existential distress and human anxiety; still it is not only his way of painting which is anxious and uneasy. Contrary to other painters who feel obligated to present painting as suffering, as if many a work of art does not already reflect that, Huzjan´s way of painting is tender and sybaritic. He always pays close attention to his creative work and if he is not happy with his painting he destroys it. Only a painter who is aware of his limitations can tell how far he has come without becoming cocky in the process.
Huzjan’s figures cannot possibly be perceived as dream figures; his homunculus is not only a created form but also the point where the language of the world can become quite articulate. In a very original and unique way Huzjan speaks of the universality of this world. A welcome paradox, shared by every artist lies in the fact that the more these problems tend to be universal the more genuinely ours they get. It is only through our original feelings that this language can achieve its meaning and purpose, i.e. it can achieve the catharsis due to which the world seems to be a bit better at exactly the point where it is the poorest and the most corruptible – in its humanness.
He lives and works in Ljubljana.