There is a sentiment, dark and dreary within the confines of ‘Cope’, by artist Polf. But within those lines, drawn, an equally powerful sentiment in understanding withstands the urge.
The urge to judge. The urge to prostrate. The urge to deny. A sum of emotional catastrophes that only can block and incinerate.
But Polf’s undulating production, suffers none of the side effects of such a tale of ‘arguments’ and ‘disagreements’ among friends in a slice of time. The pending urges, negate with the notion of their friendship and ultimate release of such ultimatums.
The production of ‘Cope’ is a delight, with tangible and touching radiance, marked in sorrow, but ending in acceptance of our human hearts.