Margita Titlová-Ylovsky often combines various different artistic approaches and disciplines. Her work is based mainly on painting and draftsmanship, but occasionally acquires a broader time-space for its existence and becomes part of an event or installation. On the one hand the artist works with very traditional, almost archetypal ideas about the world and human existence, while on the other several of her works are reminiscent of ideas prevalent in the spheres of physics of mathematics (e.g. chaos theory, quantum mechanics, etc.). The artist’s basic expressive medium is a record of the immediate gesture which reacts to a current emotional state. Onto this base material dynamic interventions using various creative resources are applied in layers, and magical symbols are gradually introduced into this network, which does not have a fixed shape, beginning or end. These symbols unify the works and lend them symbolic significance. During the creation of a dynamic psycho-graph the artist does not restrict herself only to traditional resources (brush, etc.) but uses her whole body to act upon the surface of the picture. The body is printed and recorded in a certain way, it leaves behind it a trace of itself. This trace has the character of an indexical symbol, in which the part represents the whole in a completely natural way. And so on the one hand the artist inherently projects her subject into the work, while attempting to reduce her personality and authorship in the interests of an autonomous work which arose more as a print than a controlled and deliberately composed form.
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