"GATE THEORY" -triptych

2018 

PART 1: Name of the work: Gateway theory triptych, Cum hoc, ergo propter hoc

Materials: Door, machine grease, thinking 

Artist, curator, teacher, farmer Aapo Kustaa Korkeaoja works with human, animal, temporary, playful and political issues.

Work: Gateway theory triptych is a research to natural and human laws, wisdom and ability to discuss. The 1st part approaches gateway theory with farmer expression methods. 

 

PART 2: Name of the work: Gateway theory triptych,  Wisdom is a horizon

Materials: Thinking, text, gaze.

Artist, curator, teacher, farmer Aapo Kustaa Korkeaoja works with human, animal, temporary, playful and political issues.

Work: Gateway theory triptych is a research to natural and human laws, wisdom and ability to discuss. The second part is about gaining wisdom, the path we walk without passing gates. The work is timeless.

 

 

"There is no gate. Wisdom walks ahead of us at the horizon. When following, we acknowledge that each step is as essential as useless. If the horizon can't be reached, why to follow?  At this stage I take a deep breath, because the thought is a wide as the life is long. Why wouldn't we serve the best visible interest? Why follow the one that escapes? Today, as it's ok to be a little selfish, it's hard to be just a little wise. Often the one, whose few is somebody else's everything, is not willing to give a bit. At the same the one, whose  few is somebody else's nothing, is willing to give everything. The few is a seed. We sow and harvest each day. Wisdom is one. Life is a path. To know the path, one should look ahead, to the sides, to the back and each day within oneself."

PART 3: Name of the work: Gateway theory triptych,  Theory

Materials: Thinking, text, gaze.

Artist, curator, teacher, farmer Aapo Kustaa Korkeaoja works with human, animal, temporary, playful and political issues.

Work: Gateway theory triptych is a research to natural and human laws, wisdom and ability to discuss. The 3rd part researches the substance that is used as an instrument of power.