Alexandro de`Ab. "Deconstruction of moon"

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Alexandro de`Ab. "Deconstruction of moon"
Deconstructors created a new world that does not have a direct relationship to the real world. Their images are a reality secondary or another reality. It is completely on different principles than in reality built the relationship of parts of the universe and smaller phenomena and things that are in the circle of human attraction. Here other methods of knowledge prevail, intuition prevails here, invisibly setting its own laws. It is not by chance that the deconstructors are the bearers of the fourth-dimensional ideas, in which the tempting prospect of moving into a new world, of free fantasies, opened up.
About the artist
Александр, родился и вырос в России, окончив школу в 1998 году уехал в Европу, жил во Франции и учился в Университете прикладных наук Западной Швейцарии, после окончания работал в банковской системе Швейцарии. В 2011 году имел неосторожность разделить единицу на ноль в попытках создания нового образа банковских транзакций и этим получил философский дар атригуляции сущности вещей и фотонический кварк реализма бытия, что в итоге это сделало из автора художника. Иногда автор видит призраков и испытывает болезненные галлюцинации они дают ему советы и помогают творить современное искусство. Пытался откусить себе руку, но не смог. Боль была сильнее, что подтверждает его адекватность.
Alexander, born and raised in Russia, graduated from school in 1998, went to Europe, lived in France and studied at the University of Applied Sciences in Western Switzerland, after graduation he worked in the banking system of Switzerland. In 2011, he was reckless in dividing the unit by zero in attempts to create a new image of banking transactions, and this received the philosophical gift of the atrigulation of the essence of things and the photonic quark of realism of being, which ultimately made the author of the artist. Sometimes the author sees ghosts and experiences painful hallucinations; they give him advice and help create contemporary art. He tried to bite off his hands, but could not. The pain was stronger, which confirms the adequacy.