Ceramic ink fusion print on glass - bee pollen powder
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ABOUT THE WORK
Material: Glass,Wood,Bee pollen powder
The work belongs to the "Aporie" cycleIn the cycle of the "Aporie" the works are presented to the look as... Read More
The work belongs to the "Aporie" cycle
In the cycle of the "Aporie" the works are presented to the look as unsolved, saturated hourglasses, for an immeasurable restrained time, in which the glass retains the bee pollen dust from its own generative dispersion.
A vague semblance constitutes the threshold of a dramatic tension between light and shadow.
Iconic evocations linger in the slit that separates the loss of enlightened thought from the need to arouse it. The artificial dust of the fusion of ceramic ink on glass and the natural dust of bee pollen accentuate the life-death relationship and the need for a spiritual longing.