TOUCH
 Aigars Bikse. The inner experience of Maija Borovkova in Ziepniekkalns, two years before converting into islam in Birmingham. 2018. Wood, 400x206x274 cm Aigars Bikse. The illumination of Maija Borovkova in Ziepniekkalns, two years before converting into islam in Birmingham. 2018. Bronze, 72x43x20 cm 
  Aigars Bikse. “The gathering point of shared expariences” about the case of Maija Borovkova in Ziepniekkalns, two years before converting into islam in Birmingham by Aigars Bikše. 2018. Video interpretation Aigars Bikše. The illumination of Maija Boravkova in Ziepniekkalns, two years before converting into islam in Birmingham. 2018. bronze. 72x43x20 cm 
   Maijas Borovkovas apgaismošanās Ziepniekkalnā, divus gadus pirms konvertācijas Islamā, Birmingemā. 2018. Bronza, 72x43x20 (Tuvplāns) 
  Maijas Borovkovas Iekšejais pārdzīvojums Ziepniekkalnā, divus gadus pirms konvertācijas islamā, Birmingemā. 2018. Koks, 400x206x274 (Priekšskats) 
22.08.2018-6.10.2018Aigars Bikse

TOUCH

The exhibition “TOUCH” displays Aigars Bikše’s sculptures executed in the traditional sculptural materials of bronze and wood made after his previous solo exhibition in 2015.

According to Aigars Bikše:”These are compositions in which figures of people, animals and birds are in dynamic movement. The focus of artworks is on anonymous heroes of the processes that are easily recognizable by the people of today. These situations or events appear to be endowed with a mystical esoteric meaning which rational minds tend to view as psychological or physiological reactions to the process of life.”

When asked whether the artist himself takes the emotions of his heroes seriously, Aigars Bikše replied:”I am a very distrustful man and at the same time I am also very naïve and gullible. And so are my artworks – inviting to trust and at the same time, to doubt everything.”

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