11. 12. 2008 – 22. 1. 2009
The colour fields of Huzjan’s paintings create some kind of a boundlessness. The paintings invite us to dive into them, they become our companion or we become their, this other self which longs, dares to long and to want. Huzjan’s paintings express the experience we long for. Mark Rothko said the following about his work, which he created for the dining room of the Seagram Building in New York:”If people desire holy experience, here is where they are going to find it. I am not particular.”It is that same meaning, not necessarily expressed throughout words, which is present in Huzjan’s work. Almost meditative colour fields offer the spectators numerous views since the pieces offer a new view every time we look at them. The painting is like a being with a soul, which expresses its character through various small details linked to a bigger colour surface, with a heart of its existence, silhouette of a figure, a tiny or a large being that is simply there.