GAK

Art liberates… However, the concept of freedom in our imagination is mostly the quality of living beings whose actions are born of their will, that is, voluntary, and can therefore be defined as free when no obstacles make it impossible. [1] A person can go right or left, but he is not free unless he knows why he wants to go right or left. Because the learned or acquired knowledge will become worthless unless it is judged. Pure freedom is possible only as long as there is absolute randomness, but that too is hard to imagine. The person, his ability, everything else he encounters on the way, the helplessness that freedom experiences on its own, collides with the spontaneity of nature. Because the subject is in a deterministic structure, it decides and even is the work of necessity. Man is relatively free. This will, he argues, be compelled to open up to discussion of tastes and colours, and will yield to the shaping of nature. However, the need to evolve into absolute freedom will result in contradictory results and will not be able to prevent their compulsory motivation. GAK seeks and yearns for knowledge that can be produced. GAK is the cry of effort and hunger for freedom and transcending human nature. Art heals…