Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957) is the father of modern sculpture. He expressed reality in idealized forms. The author of Bioptical Art suggest the creation of a monumental complex starting from a sketch entitled Relativement tel que moi, made by Brancusi at the end of his life.
Brancusi intended to achieve a monumental sculpture, aimed at symbolizing the concentration of the outer world within man`s inner world.
This bivalence of the "existing" and of the meaning of "being" induced Liviu Iliescu, the author of Bioptical Art, to transpose Brancusi intention in a monumental complex, a PSYCHODROME, apt to capture stimuli from the PSYCHO-A universe stimuli and the stimuli of human intercommunication, by means of emotional ways, PSYCHO-B (see the chapter on the PSYCHODROME, figures
and reproduction R14).
The author takes part in the Contest for projects of statuary compositions aimed at Commemorating Constantin Brancusi.
- Brancussi`s "The beginning of the world" with
Endless Columns, The Cock and Maiastra
- Psihodromul derived from "Relativement tel que moi"