The artwork of “Simple Me” by ROKA is a powerful and thought-provoking exploration of the human experience and the search for identity. The artist has masterfully employed the use of minimalistic characters, that convey a sense of simplicity and universality. The figures, with their ladder-like shape, suggest the idea of the human journey and the search for self-discovery and self-actualization.
The use of simple and recognizable shapes is symbolic of the basic human form, representing the essential and universal nature of humanity. The placement of eyes in the upper part of the figures suggests the idea of perspective, self-awareness, and the ability to see and understand the world. The eyes are windows to the soul, they are the parts of the figures that suggest the ability to feel, to think and to reflect.
The medium of the art, whether it’s painted on canvas, cardboard or created out of drilled wood, adds another layer of meaning to the artwork. The use of different materials represents the idea that the human form and the search for identity can take different shapes and forms, and they all are valid.
The artwork invites the viewer to look beyond the surface and contemplate the deeper meaning of the piece, it encourages self-reflection and self-discovery, inviting us to question our understanding of the world and our place in it. It’s a reflection of the human experience and the ongoing journey of the soul in its quest for truth, and the cons