Mirta Kupferminc on Cultivating Spiritual Intensity

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April 1, 2014
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Mirta Kupferminc’s work examines the way that art guides us as we venture on our spiritual journeys. In it, pain, joy, and history are all joined together in a celebration of the creative process, and the meaning it brings to our lives.

Artist’s Statement: 

If I have at least one time experienced a real spiritual connection, it was, I am sure, during my creation process. I feel that getting inside my art is a way of praying, because, in those moments, I feel in true equilibrium with the world, because I feel that I am doing what I am supposed to do in this world.

IN FRONT OF THE ALEPH
The chair represents human place in the world, and the aleph is shown as a lightened labyrinth to which we have access only under our own decision.

THE CROWN
…and first was the Verb…. A man shaped by innumerable letters with the crown” of knowledge on his head, in another spiritual level.

THE POET AWAITS
One man and a labyrinth… another part of himself in waiting inside, in a lightened core….

OUT OF MY PLACE
In this work I tried to represent my feeling of the immensity of the world and the multiple faces of myself in different roles and searches in life.

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