Cees Ofili, Wang Bul : [Correspondency of Turning]
All art works are derived from a particular situation and consciousness, extracting observations and private histories from the artists' archive of personal experiences. We are faced with what appears to be a direct transcription of the impossible. This art immerses viewers into the magic by which paint transforms itself into things being described and back again; but a moment that almost functions as a number of stills that are isolated from a film creating a new situation. Everybody can determine the content of life in his particular sphere, the current works represent earth art that celebrates how we're all connected on the one web of life, without change - significant change via experimentation - contemporary art risks fading into stale predictability, the results of the research could have impact across the globe; our concept of art must be universal and have an interdisciplinary nature; the unique design of these works takes them beyond the realm of a cultural craft into sculpture and mixed media, beyond any simplistic categorization. However, there is a sub-text, a slight twist, a sideswipe at conformism, a throwing off-balance both physical and mental. Through this, it relaxes our impulse for a historically conditioned static viewing of this abstract work, consciously or unconsciously, the setting of the image expresses the particular sensitivity of the viewer; within each work a 'statement' functions to describe the continuum within a balance of constants and variables, there is maybe a sense of other times in this work, within the present tense transmitted to the screen; Cees Ofili's works are characterized by a clear vocabulary.