mainly Mixture of Ordinary and Fluorescent Acrylic colors on Canvas , Special Light Installations
Not for sale
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No Title Concept The Allegory – The Story – The Reality Deep night, dark night, the silent to hide the... Read More
The Allegory – The Story – The Reality
Deep night, dark night, the silent to hide the truth. The nights
when fluorescent paintings glow to enlighten spirits. That Fluorescent Paint
best fits the truth that I shall have in hand!
Internet is like glass, shall not break as if policies not treated
thoroughly a lot of money and personal data will be on stake.
A moral painting to send a message about the ephemeral
character of CoMtracts and precariousness of InterNets ( Interconnected Networks )
The figures appear in cartoon style to tell a story, a legendary
story. It contains a mysterious truth that only the tech educated will
Ghosts creatures cry and suffer as real characters do in
real life. Reflections and lights are abstract giving space to the dramatic cold,
warm and sick light reflections on fluorescent colors.
Her face is unexpressive because of the shock she goes
through everyday and night. Her strong negative emotions are expressed through
the little ghost creatures. His face is evil independent of color. He has
female hand, he is a man, he is a woman, he is black, he is white, he is
yellow, he is the biggest organized crime of the history. Tailed Flower, the girl,
His looks along with the witch’s looks are self-assured and
ready to scare every kind of creatures that exist on the planet even the Colossus!
The Gorilla Colossus is inspired by :
a. The Colossus by Francisco de Goya and
b. the early machine (computer) Colossus making the allegory of an Artificial Intelligent creature
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