Moscow based artist Anton Gudim sees the world differently. Some words and the situations he understands literally, while for others, he creates a new meaning. But most importantly, he does it with the sarcasm and self-irony.
Ok, sarcasm: the exceptionally most noteworthy type of mind. In the word reference, “sarcasm” is still characterized as the utilization of incongruity to pass on hatred. Be that as it may, what we call sarcasm, particularly on the Internet, has turned out to be less a strategy than a demeanor: a scorn so settled that it doesn’t try building incongruities. I present that this snide state of mind, which introduces itself as the viewpoint of a knowing few, is really one of the overwhelming style of our age. Sarcasm is our kitsch.