Martin Gajdoš

Martin Vlado particularly notices a myth of the end and the beginning, boundary between the reality of world here and of world there which is sharp, but nevertheless it is not visible and recognizable in advance. Difference between hyperbola and myth is not entirely evident, anyway. Myths churn and wash, too, they elevate from an inexhaustible quantity, reorganize the system: they are our human uncertainties. We want to remove them. But is it always good to have everything exactly sorted out, not to have some secrets in reserve, secrets which will only once be revealed, once when it will be necessary? We are the civilization which has reduced the metaphysical moments on common statistics.

Martin Vlado

Poet and prosaist, for whom the creation is a solitude.