Is king Neptune real? The Greeks were right.
It’s like a puzzle where that one piece was missing, and now we have it. Removing the mermaid sculptures from the temples, and exhibiting them as "Art objects" in Museum changed their meaning.
It is the power of enchantment which matters. A playfulness is evinced in all submerged artworks.
Poseidon and his contemporary gods swim in modern direction, away from artspeak behavior.
The brain is deeper than the sea.
The mercurial ancient Greek god of the sea was unpredictable, almost always in motion, and dangerous. Fighting with the ocean is futile.
The proof of Atlantis needs low tides because Zeus only realize who is swimming unclothed when the tide goes out. Time and tide wait for no Greek God.
There is a world beyond these shores that hermit-crabs should be encouraging our artists to discover. This path often put Neptune in opposition to the popular tide of serious signs of art, poseidon symbol breaking was so rooted in objective reality. Good art involves the beautiful things that quicken the heart.
Things that are submerged, have a story to tell.
The Greek hero Heracles was, by the command of the Delphic Oracle Xenoclea, remanded as a slave to Omphale for the period of a year.
The role of the artist is to ask questions, not answer them, in the uncomfortable space between perception and recognition.
How deep will this proof of mermaids get? The ocean always wins. Get over it. Go work in a lab, be a sponge and learn everything you can.
Theory sinks but art is afloat again, form is the substance which rises to the surface. Missing artwork torpedoes Neptunes's proof of Atlantis.
Mercurial Neptune addresses themes of human fragility, sensuality, and strength, while evoking a sense of longing for a lost idyll.
We shouldn't be scared of rain and winds, we should be scared of perfect images.