Bosich’s use of the unconventional combination of ink and wine in these new works has uncanny parallels with a poem by the 13th century mystic, Abraham Abulafia, often cited. The poem is about perceiving our soul as blood and our spirit as ink, and that understanding the battle that rages between them is our key to self-knowledge.
The titles of the works are imaginative and evocative of ancient times, sometimes intriguing. Why has the artist decided to call one work, “The queen and her shadow”, or “transcendental portrait”? These secrets and more will be revealed at the artist talk being held tomorrow evening at the same location on the 2nd floor at Senate House, University of London, Malet Street. More info on the below link:
All the works are available to buy, so please do get in touch. Some are also available in the online shop where you can buy works directly online.