Artist Patricia Glauser
Sculpture & Installation
ABOUT THE WORK
Material: Metallic mesh, polyurethanic foam, plaster
"Dar a Luz" in Spanish means to give birth and, in turn, is the opposite of darkness.In this work the... Read More
"Dar a Luz" in Spanish means to give birth and, in turn, is the opposite of darkness.
In this work the dress and the mutilated body represent the interval between the
possible and the impossible, between life, giving birth, and the death of a mutilated
body. The white color, the skirt and the elegant shawl together with the delicate
hands with their nails painted red, accentuate the beauty of the mother, giver of
life, in a wounded body deprived of the possibility of giving birth and of "giving
light", illuminating others...
Belly light, lacerated light,
elegant walks nailed to the wall,
Today is not your day,
Futures and pasts so uncertain and untrue,
as Light in the present
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