mandrake plant scream when it is pulled up

Does the mandrake plant really scream when it is pulled up? Mandrake is rooted in his deep affinity with nature. The English name of the plant derived from Latin mandragora through French main-de-gloire.

Art roots are deeply natural rather than cultural.

Naturalist artworks have always been fascinated by nature.

real mandragora

Mandrake roots are deeply natural, its current shape is unsustainable without some deep-rooted reforms. Biologists working with plants seemed rooted.

The roots of contemporary art expect some sort of technological singularity. Old habits die hard.

Everything is temporary

Mandrahee is also interested in the concepts of anthropomorphism, the attribution of human traits to non-human artworks.

Mandrakes consider real pictures serving to abandon anthropocentric narrative coherence. How to escape art business predators when the art world is like a gigantic flea market?

The real legend of the Mandrake plant

Instead of asking is something is right ask if something is interesting. Mandragora paintings have roots going back to dark ages.

benevolent irony

Irony is mandragora.

On average visitors spend 1 minute peering at online art websites, it's easy to be cynical. Art is something inside of you, waiting to get out. The time the paper spends consuming the arts looks awesome to the artist.

One of the most curious things about drawing is that it can be contagious. Every eccentric picture displayed in an alternative art museum aims to be an image.

mandrake mythical plant

As a would-be drawing, I have to make a theory of bad art confront with practice. Art gave humanity the power over symbols.

However the proposed pictures are downright silly and do little to get at the root cause. A potentially toxic blend of influences that can create an opportunity to understand the relationship between mandragora and mandrakes.