Life Force lives in a world that is full of death, pain, and hopelessness. In this world, everyone has been infected with Covid-19 and there are no treatment measures. The only thing people can do is wait for death. The corrupt government and science make the situation even worse. Life Force is the only person who is born with the power of cure. This is a gift from his ancient blood. According to his ancestor’s rules, he can release the power from a painting named “Pill of Life”. Life Force has tried several ways to find the secret but got nothing. At the time that he was so disappointed and nearly giving up, a wizard told him the secret of the power is putting the symbols from Pill of Life on his body. As payback, he will lose his life. He can’t tolerate the people he deeply loved are all suffering on the edge of death. He decides to sacrifice himself to save the world with no hesitation. Finally, he made it! The world becomes silent and peaceful. Everything changed to be normal, it seems like the disease has never arrived, so does he.
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Dave Behrens commenced painting in acrylics in 2002 to explore the theme of identity. It’s a theme that investigates the identity of self predominately, yet He is drawn to the concept of identity in others. He uses mark-making and pattern forming to express these ideas of identity. There’s an intention to use colors and associations to commit ideas to address this expression. The process of identity can be creative or destructive, yet his purpose is to be creative, using known concepts and mixing them with unique attributes to form positive outcomes. He's influenced by ancient cultures, science fiction, and popular culture and how these influences use ideas and elements to be identifiable. He has undertaken a journey of self-discovery through his art practice and from that journey, comes the expression of the energy of color and movement in the form of his art. He intends to draw the viewer in to explore his works and to interpret them as they view them. He has exhibited in Australia and the United States. His work is in private collections in Australia, New Zealand, The UK, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and the United States and incorporates collections in Brisbane, Australia.
I am a traditional painter and use acrylic paint to create bold and colourful works of art featuring symbols and mark making. My inspiration of designing a SuperGiro came from my painting from 2020 called “Pill of Life” which was a symbolic work created in response to COVID-19 whilst in lockdown in Melbourne. I created digital imprints of some of the symbols from that painting and adorned the body of SuperGiro to create a bold and colourful figure. SuperGiro is Life Force!