I wanted to produce something freer, not just in the concept of freedom, but in the work itself. And what,... Read More
I wanted to produce something freer, not just in the concept of freedom, but in the work itself.
And what, in my view, would be the ultimate expression of freedom for an artwork, the product of a painted image? Now, 99% of the time a painting is conditioned to a frame, fixed on a wall. It was time to transcend this kind of boundary. I was looking for some solutions that would mix what I can do, which is painting, with the ultimate function of design and the aesthetics of sculpture. Something that needed to exist outside the walls. See, it made no sense: my works, even with “wings,” a symbol of universal freedom, were attached to the concrete. Hanging, a denial of flight. It was then that I looked for something that was independent, beyond the walls. I thought, Why not create your own walls? Bring them to life, more meaning, meaning, emotion, expression. Why not draw and project the wall instead of putting my works on it or simply painting on it?
I no longer wanted my work to be conditioned to an environment. I wanted her to be the environment, to have the union of painting, design and sculpture.
My walls represent something, express something, say something, seek to talk to people, make them think.
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