The author of this text will remain unclear why the body of this Maznevski’s biomorpheme reminds him of some object from the Far East. It is possible that one reason for this is валерскиот attitude toward colours. The task of such a procedure is to model a given body out of rules of the body in space. His biomorpheme is not illuminated and does not illuminate. Colour itself should give dimension to the light of the work. Another constant should follow up on this. In the course of his work, Maznevski is constantly working outside of the expression of the utterance. After envisaging the coordinates of the future work inside himself, he approaches the making with a strange artisanal insisting serenity. The final result, as a rule, should be a seamlessly wrought object, an object fascinatingly infatuated with its own craftsmanship. In this regard, it is possible that the associative link with the Orient is prompted by a comparison with the attitude to the object which is still present in those areas.
However, the aforementioned fascination does not only occur in the process of development. Maznevski, because of it, has the need to be constantly present in shaping/dooblikuvanjeto his pattern. He cannot use it up in one piece of work. He has to constantly doobrabotuva, to change it in small bendings and change of the relationships of colours. It is likely that no painting will be able to satisfy him. Painting must constantly sets him “on track”. When the possible coordinates are dimensioned for representations “Pattern probability”, the solutions i.e. their issues are repeatedly in a direction that we cannot determine, or it cannot be determined.
At this point, it is necessary to end with a quote by a thinker who was always “on the road”: “Essential answers are always but the last step of the question. But that [step] cannot be taken without a long series of first and subsequent steps. An essential answer is supported by the urgency of the question. An essential answer is only the beginning of the response. In this, the question first comes to. Therefore, a genuine question is not done away with by finding the answer to it.” says Martin Heidegger somewhere at the beginning of the text Postscript for “What is metaphysics.”