Purple rain is a photography created by the interdisciplinary work of photographer Marco and painter Judith. This 80 cm by... Read More
Purple rain is a photography created by the interdisciplinary work of photographer Marco and painter Judith. This 80 cm by 120 cm canvas, represents the scene of the reunion of 7 young people; during the period of conflict in Colombia. It is considered anti-war representation. It’s pacifists appeal is applicable to the current events around the world.
The art piece depicts the synergy of a group of young people coming together in action to join forces. The symbolism of the composition is undeniable, the colors with which their bodies and faces are painted allude to the diversity of nations. Their languid faces are suffering in a pure form, and the questioning looks suggest that something is about to happen: “The Purple Rain” The acid war.
Notice that the whole composition is screaming, their eyes open and their gazes staring; their mouths are closed as if they cannot express, but their whole body speaks.
They represent every person on every continent who has experienced the anguish, uncertainty and pain of war.