“Existences”
2018 -> today

With the totality of the experience, one draws on the human condition. Inevitably built on apparently ordinary participation. Standing on the edge between good and evil, positive and negative.

“Man is condemned to be free: condemned because he/she did not create himself, and yet free, because, once thrown into the world, he is responsible for everything he does”
Jean-Paul Sartre

With the existence of each individual, within an instant, we are architects of what also concern external circumstances. Trusting in our freedom (alas, barely scratching its surface), we play our game of interaction with others and ourselves, through our unique and considerably limited discernment.

“A man is the sum of his acts, of what he has done, of what he can do. Stop.”
André-Georges Marlaux

In this uniquity, those ambiguous realities are created through individual experience with oneself and their environment. Confused images contain all the essence of the one in the incessant bustle and metamorphosis of the times in which he/she lives. So swiftly it consumes us, it inhabits us, it faintly inhales the fumes of awareness. Awareness of the crippling passing of time and infinite mutations of the now.

Uncertain origin

Graphite on paper – 30×20 each – 2018

Motionless persistence

Plaster painted with oil and acrylic – Variable measures – 2018

Existences

Oil, graphite, enemal on cardboard – 60×40 each – 2019

The construction of existance

Plaster painted with oil and graphite, iron – 180x60x60 – 2019

Interaction with yourself

Plaster painted with oil and graphite, resin, silicon, human hair – 120x60x40 each – 2019

Two people

Mixed on canvas – 91×70 each – 2020

Untitled

Beds, sheets, pillows, polyurethane, wax, wood – Variable measures – 2018

“Existences” | 2018 -> today

With the totality of the experience, one draws on the human condition. Inevitably built on apparently ordinary participation. Standing on the edge between good and evil, positive and negative.

“Man is condemned to be free: condemned because he/she did not create himself, and yet free, because, once thrown into the world, he is responsible for everything he does”
Jean-Paul Sartre

With the existence of each individual, within an instant, we are architects of what also concern external circumstances. Trusting in our freedom (alas, barely scratching its surface), we play our game of interaction with others and ourselves, through our unique and considerably limited discernment.

“A man is the sum of his acts, of what he has done, of what he can do. Stop.”
André-Georges Marlaux

In this uniquity, those ambiguous realities are created through individual experience with oneself and their environment. Confused images contain all the essence of the one in the incessant bustle and metamorphosis of the times in which he/she lives. So swiftly it consumes us, it inhabits us, it faintly inhales the fumes of awareness. Awareness of the crippling passing of time and infinite mutations of the now.

Work in progress.

Uncertain origin

Graphite on paper – 30×20 each – 2018

Motionless persistence

Plaster painted with oil and acrylic – Variable measures – 2018

Existences

Oil, graphite, enemal on cardboard – 60×40 each – 2019

The construction of existance

Plaster painted with oil and graphite, iron – 180x60x60 – 2019

Interaction with yourself

Plaster painted with oil and graphite, resin, silicon, human hair – 120x60x40 each – 2019

Two people

Mixed on canvas – 91×70 each – 2020

Untitled

Beds, sheets, pillows, polyurethane, wax, wood – Variable measures – 2018