Sit – Noir
To some degree we are all animals, beasts in masks to cover up our basic instincts and raw desires.
The bothering relation between fauna and mankind is hauntingly represented in the bold black and white action paintings of Sit’s “Noir” collection which also have brutal signs of Street Art. The tough and dreadful works have sexy and sensual maintenance after all as the artist preserves the subtle and tender girlish beauty along with the overwhelming magnificent beastie features. The sensual textures of fur and feathers are juxtaposed with pale animal skulls and soft female curves highlighted with malicious blackness. With the collection the artist wants to hint that to some degree we are all animals, beasts in masks to cover up our basic instincts and raw desires.
Born in 1976, Sitaki (aka SIT) has been part of the Amsterdam creative scene for many years. SIT was involved in action painting, graphic design, advertising and more – until he went back to square one to find his true essence – back to head and handcraft.
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