Volodymyr Domchuk is a contemporary artist was born 1974 in Ukraine. He describes his paintings as non-figurative art that deals with the elements of repetition and geometric abstraction with use a combination of different acrylic materials through experimentation with mediums, tools and action painting techniques.
In his works Volodymyr examines the psychological complexities that accompany with the concept of the meaning of life, which is usually determined by social structures, religious traditions, behavioral patterns and causality. A sense of life is a pre-conceptual equivalent of metaphysics, an emotional, subconsciously integrated appraisal of man and of existence. It sets the nature of a man’s emotional responses and the essence of his character.
On a deeper level, Volodymyr transforming the traditional communication models, revealing the restraints embedded in their formand using art abstraction and modeling as artistic strategies, developed the notion of the individual, as the unity of the possible and necessary, in which people through reflective consciousness goes beyond the necessary to best. Man, as a being non-deterministic, striving for freedom from predictability.
Domchuk Volodymyr combines intellectual reflection with the spiritual heritage of humanity using in his artistic practice. With a strong historical awareness Volodymyr focuses his art research on the purpose of life that may coincide with achievement of ultimate reality, or a feeling of oneness, or even a feeling of sacredness, what is more an individual in continuous transformation losing its historical roots and its public spaces to commercialism.