Sergey Kovalsky
Colorword of Transrainbow

The graphic works in the series Transrainbow Geometry present a conceptual vision of the human world. I believe that the noosphere is geometrical, like a crystal. The earthly elements are Fire and Water. Earth and Air are united in them, and their colors change according to the period of person's life and the state of his soul. During each period, one of the seven colors of the Aura reigns supreme. They can be seen together only in the seven-color rainbow. After the death of the body, a person's soul continues to live, passing through the colors of those Aura that were not seen during a life of the physivcal body: white, silver, black and gold. All eleven colors together form the Transrainbow of soul and body.
The sound of the movement of a person's blood and the beating of his heart accompany a person through the life. They exist in an unbroken interaction with the earthly elements and resonate with the colors of the Transrainbow. Each period of life corresponds to different combinations of sounds. A human uses these, in accordance with age, to create words and phrases in rhythm and color. In these works I connect line and color, color and work, and the geometry of the noosphere with the colored periods of my life. Transrainbow Geometry is the first part of the book Color-Word of the Transrainbow. It is a conceptually comprehensive presentation of human life in the noosphere of earth.

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KOVALSKY Sergei. Traveler, artist, poet. Born in 1948 in Leningrad. In the late 1960s he started his professional painting and literatary engagements. In 1969 he begans to develop the trend of Metaelementalism in visual art as the transformation of sound into color by the counter-collage technology. From the early 1980s he develops his second artustic trend: social folk-art . The author of the PARALLELOSPHERE concept: the self-reproducing and self-developing kinetic object of contemporary culture — The Pushkinskaya-10 Art Centre. One of the founders of Free Culture Society professional creative union and the Museum of Nonconformist Art. Since 1994 he is President of Free Culture Society. Participated in a number of exhibitions in Russia and abroad. His works are in collections of Russian and American museums and in private collections. Chief Consultant of The Museum of Nonconformist Art. Member of The Art Critics' Association, member of The Creative Union of Art Historians and Art Critics of the Countries of the CIS.