SANRI COMMUNICATION IS THE KEY
Friends warned me: watch out, you can open the door you would not want to open. I agree, there are different keys, billions of doors, basically the result is predictable, but there are also doors that are of concern, and if you do not open them, you will never find out what is hidden behind. Yes, maybe you’d be very disappointed, even angry and would hate yourself and others. Would you be a loser? Maybe you would grow stronger in future, as you would be able to recognize those doors and learn how to open or close them whenever it suits you. Yes, mostly you would be very disappointed, because nothing would be hidden behind the door, and still there will doors that will open the Universe for you, which you would never be able to see, if you did not open the door. Our society is run by fear. Of course, some people benefit from it. Do you want to be of advantage for anybody?
Whenever I approach white canvas, all my thoughts drift away. Work goes first, the thought is next and only then follow words. Some thoughts cannot be put in written word, they may be passed along only in a form of emotions, because our language is not as rich as what lies in the depths of us. It can delivered only via colours, shapes and lines. Words require society, because communication is key. I arrive in the vicious world of society and do what it requires because I have to. If you are lucky in life, you meet those who understand your thoughts without words and add to those who direct you. And you are happy because you are at the right place and time. Then nature gives you time – a free moment just for you. This is where you can stay with yourself in silence and start to become aware of your existence.
Sanri was born in Ogre, Latvia, in 1981. Holds a Master’s degree in painting from the Art Academy of Latvia, graduated from the University of Daugavpils Art and Design Department, specialization in photography. She is a member of the Artists’ Union of Latvia, Daugavpils Regional Artists Association, the association “Bruoli and Muosys” and “Daugavpils Clay Art Centre”. Sanri is experimenting in various art genres: painting, photography, ceramics, video art. She participates in exhibitions since 2004. Currently Sanri lives and works in Daugavpils.