Should we taste it?
The biblical Tree of knowledge of good and evil, with a succulent apple. The golden cubic base (similar to citrine crystal), represent the precious and unspoiled lands of the Eden. The Tree is elongated into a horizontal vector, in a snake like shape, cunning and deceiving, facilitating the temptation and providing an easily obtained sinful golden apple. A fallen red apple lay on the ground. The sin of corruption has lifted and was restored to normality.
With a remarkable contrast between forms; an affair between the transparent and opaque materials that create an incredible visual vibration between the rigorous straight lines of the outer contour, and the detailed inner forms.
With a vocabulary of clear shapes, Eduard Locota is creating visually reductive works that imply rather than resemble the subjects in the artwork, beyond the threshold of minimalism and abstraction.
We here present you a contrasting composition with a memorable design. This extremely clean and minimalist artwork produce the strong recognizable style of Eduard Locota that will lights up the space it will be placed in, as well as lift the eyebrows of the audience.