Ganmushpia

175 х 135

acrylic on canvas
2021

$1500

Ganmushpia is a non-existent word, which came from the abyss of prolonged insomnia. When you undergo increasing fatigue, fear, and anxiety for many hard months, you just want to go to bed, get under your blanket, and fall asleep. You want a dream that would bring you into the waters of forgetfulness. But you cannot fall asleep. There is no sleep. Your control is so strong, that it doesn’t let your body sleep.

On these hard nights, the thought about something complicated and the memories about unresolved situations gather in masses in your head. A bunch of thoughts is illogical and unstructured, like the buildings of the castle, which pile one on another, which are ready to fall from the cranky rock every minute.

Two tremendous snakes try getting inside of the castle, destroy it, eat everything inside, bring darkness and fear. They are the two snakes of the panic attack – the fear of death and the fear to let the control go.

The painting was exhibited:

  • 1 April 2022 – Modern Renaissance Magazine, Issue 11, Culturally Arts Collective

  • 18 February 2022 – Volume 2 Issue 2: Spirituality, art book, The Mobile Library, the Aerogramme Center for Arts and Culture