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<!--020070101019590-->Native, ZenTwO - 'The Sessions' [Book]
<!--020070101019590-->Native, ZenTwO - 'The Sessions' [Book]
<!--020070101019590-->Native, ZenTwO - 'The Sessions' [Book]
<!--020070101019590-->Native, ZenTwO - 'The Sessions' [Book]

Native, ZenTwO

The Sessions


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Product Details
  • Jan 01, 2007
  • 96
  • 6.75" X 9.5"
  • 9788888493220
  • DO220BK
  • 30.1 oz
  • new (we only sell new items)
  • Drago Arts & Communication
  • Native; ZenTwO
Drago's 36 Chambers Series - Each volume represents a metaphoric room for signature artists of the international independent art scene to express themselves in work which combines tradition and experimentation. Books in The 36 Chambers Series are B&W, with one further color of the artist's choice.

The volume "The Sessions" by the creative couple Native and ZenTwO for The 36 Chambers Series book collection is a montage of the results from their drawing sessions that have been influenced by the cultural components which they have experienced. The outcome is a statement of Modern Cultural Piraty and Drago is the port from which their vessel leaves to compete in the "clash of civiliztion." The aim of their artistic collaboration is to cancel the distance between the worlds that led them to their studio sessions and instead to focus on the things that brought them together. "The Sessions" represents their ability to overcome social and cultural constructs and meld their styles, visions, and ideas, and using Arabic calligraphy as a bridge for visual interaction. Their research sometimes is a pure aesthetic, but at others it is an expression of radical statements, raw emotions, and cultural comments. Diversity is not a limit, but an input into the dialogue. This book is a melting pot of Eastern and Western calligraphy as art on the urban streets. The book is a message of solidarity against the paradox of globalization: war, intolerance, and racism.