Max Magnus Norman

Max Magnus Norman

Something a little different now for our unknown artist of the day. Not just a photo or scan of the painting, but a photo of the artist creating it. This Swedish artist makes some interesting paintings and sculptures and he knows how to write as well (too bad the English translation is a bit off):

“We fear the passage of time thus it unavoidable leads to the decay and destruction of our physical bodies. Why is it then that when we spend our time doing what we find purposeful and entertaining – then this apparently invaluable time flies, life is run fast forward without the friction which makes us sense the movement which is time, as if this earthbound life is a punishment and we are rewarded with a shortening of our sentence when we behave and do things we find meaningful – and vice versa; time can be seemingly prolonged into eternity – and that we perceive as a great torment – when what we do feel pointless and as a waste of time. (Alas; the answer to the question is embedded in what’s written above).”
                                                                                                                                          Max Magnus Norman

And ofcourse there’s Max Magnus Norman’s website and blog.

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