In his painting series titled Contrast Series, Beşer explores the transitions between what we see and what we speak, by transforming text into images. Trying to convey that in this series he has produced, everything is made up of poles that are interconnected, transformable and contain their opposites, Beşer tries to show new images and contrasting words by transforming a singular image on a canvas through blue and red lights. In this series of paintings created by Beşer, the opposite of one word determines the meaning of the other. Beşer deals with the inability of one of the opposites to be independent from the other and the contradictions in the world with his works. Regarding this similarity-difference opposition created by the opposite elements that make the universe and nature, Heraclitus refers as follows: “The opposite things come together and the most beautiful harmony arises from the irreconcilable opposites. Everything happens as a result of conflict.” Conflict, harmony and disharmony form the essence of this series of Beşer. Most of the works we are publishing are from his exhibition in Tetovo, during his period of residency, in the framework of READ, an experience he explains in the interview that

is published in olur Dossier.