Painting is not conceptual art. When someone looks at one of my paintings and asks me What did you want to say I find myself in a difficult position. That is, Iíve already said what I wanted to say through the medium of painting. With the help of color, rhythm and so onÖand to demand that I translate the language of art into the language of words is impossible, to say the least. I am an artist, not a writer , my materials are oil-paints, ink, pencils and so on, and not words.
What else can I say Ideas and concepts are far from being the primary concerns of the artist. Enthusiasm for ideas not to be confused with artistic plans or intentions distracts the artist from the wealth of interrelation with the material, which itself dictates to him the right course and rewards with time and patience. Of course it is worth pondering on how to make a work more expressive, but a real artistic moment occurs when a pause arises in between thoughts. I will take the liberty of reminding you that art, a picture, can be understood by a man and influence him deeply, effortlessly transcending the need for explanations with mere words.
If we talk of a game, then the game is devoid of any such concepts. More precisely, if a concept is present then a game is impossible, as it is an attempt to realize a previously thought-out plan, and by enthusiasm, ...