Human creativity just doesn’t push the envelope. Sometimes it runs the envelope through a shredded, burns the bits and then urinates on the ashes.
The Guardian did a review of the grotesque art including works by Jonathan Payne. “Diabolically grotesque art – from Jonathan Payne’s sprouting finger sculptures right back to Hieronymus Bosch – has staying power because our lives have not radically changed. As long as we have bodies, we will experience body horror,” wrote Jonathan Jones.
Such art can be described as challenging, to put it lightly. It’s not a modern conventioneither. Tim SmithLang said it goes back for centuries. In Horrible Art Histories he takes a look at grotesqueries running back centuries. “The grotesque is a slippery category, which may have originated in Renaissance notions of Roman painting but soon came to denote hybrid forms and artistic license. Does it best describe a playful aesthetic or something that feels far more threatening?” he says.
I started as yoga trainer and getting more and more close with people who came for yoga classes, I saw that it might not be all I can do for them. Then I started thinking about elaborating my own complex lifestyle program. I already had a bunch of ideas – so it started swiftly.
With my medical degree in endocrinology I was able to smartly combine yoga techniques together with correct nutrition recommendations and come up with a neat program that would improve self-comprehension of many people struggling with their weight problems and overall dissatisfaction.
My clients – people are diverse,
but one thing unites all: an active position in life.