Allow me to introduce you to my imaginary museum.
‘With an apple, I will astonish Paris’, Cezanne once claimed.
As if going through moments of history and humanity, a coded language - a dialog, is created. One that can be read through the evocative, yet poetic installations, that form the world inside and the world outside of us.
The narrative comes to life with a room filled with nature’s core elements. A space within space and the human body in this composition, challenges the boundaries in between; allowing vulnerability - though unnerving - to throw that body into the present. That feeling of being alive; ‘in need of comfort, shelter, sustenance and peace’.
Scale, radiant luminence and shadow play, are woven into one, like parallel realities. Triggering one’s beliefs, this journey gradually reveals itself and evolves, both physically and
What is imaginary and what is real?
Mortal or immortal?
Familiar or unknown?
“Some painters transform the sun into a yellow spot,
others transform a yellow spot into the sun”, Pablo Picasso once said.
“Nothing is invented, for it’s written in nature first.
Originality consists of returning to the origin.
Thus, originality means returning, through one’s resources, to the simplicity of the early solutions.”
- Antoni Gaudi
The artist & The art
Carlos Amorales - The Accursed Hour
Danae Stratou - Upon the Earth Under the Clouds
Olafur Eliasson - Here Comes The Sun
Olafur Eliasson - Riverbed is running
Antony Gormley - Lost Horizon
Claus Oldenburg - Apple Core
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