LONDON (PRWEB) June 18, 2013
Author Maia Kirchkheli carefully pens an engaging, interesting and delightful narrative that divulges her own observations based on her personal experience of being creative and how she explores the nature of creativity in Flashed . This book describes what Kirchkheli has understood about the creative process and what creativity for her means.
This volume contains more questions than answers. It is anything but a completed product of Kirchkheli’s creativity. Its content is both dynamic and elusive. These fragments of writing and drawings capture her encounters with others, as much as with herself. “When I draw, I dream awake. When I write, I speak asleep. I suspect that I may have said more than I could understand at the time of writing. I am taking the risk that I have believed something that I might have discounted by the time you read this. That is not to say that they are not true, but to accept the temporality of their existence and potential for transformation,” she says.
In this sense, this book offers representations of human experiences. This is the author’s way of talking to readers in an attempt to have more impact on their imagination and with its unforeseen elaborations. This volume consists of narratives in images and words. It expresses that works of art have their own shape and space; therefore, they are alive.
Highly interesting and extremely engaging, Flashed is a unique volume for readers who want to get in touch with their inner artists. This book embraces human talent and ideology and it treats art as a way of human expression and self-identity.
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Flashed * by Maia Kirchkheli
Publication Date: May 6, 2013
Picture Book; £35.99; 180 pages; 978-1-4797-8421-9
Picture Book Hardcover; £45.99; 180 pages; 978-1-4797-8422-6
Picture Book EBook; £3.99; 978-1-4797-8423-3
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