This work refers to the dawn of creation, the beginning of life in the universe after the Big Bang 13.7... Read More
This work refers to the dawn of creation, the beginning of life in the universe after the Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago. Creation never ends, the birth canal was the connecting tunnel to allow the passage of the cosmos to the Great Mother's house.
This project investigates my personal, cultural, and spiritual beliefs, in particular, the spiritualized God Mother figure, called 'Pachamama' in Argentinean indigenous culture.
Pachamama is a sacred cosmic living being and a feminine god that is fertile and nurturing. In South American mythology Pacha represents infinity and the divine. The infinity aspect is often represented by the use of the circle with no beginning and no end. This infinite cycle represents the universe, evolution and spiritual growth throughout our lives. The circle is explored as a spiritual motif and as a symbol of the 'feminine', the 'God Mother' or Matrix from which all other revolves/evolves, as well as notions of energy, cyclical repetition and transformation. I believe that all life starts as a dot in the universe, a single cell or atom that transforms into matter, energy and sometimes humanity.