Artist's description:

I was inspired by the great philosopher Martin Heidegger.
The subject of the essay is the "question of the meaning of being in general". On the one hand, Heidegger asks about "being," that is, what is. If he asks at the same time for its meaning, then this means that the world is not a formless mass, but there are in it meaningful references between individual beings. Being has a certain unity in its diversity. Everything that is seems to be structured by such meaningful references and determined in its being.
(Text comes from the source of Wikipedia)
maybe you have time to think about YOUR Time and YOUR BEING? - how precious it is for you?

Materials used:

acrylics

Being and Time (2017)

$291.20

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This artwork is sold by Frida B. from Austria

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