Is Eve resisting the red apple temptation in the garden or is Eve resting in an arid moor surrounded by green apples?
A good artwork should have different readings depending on the person who is looking at. will be the man the one who suspected or the woman intuits that something is not right from the man's body language?
This work is an allegory of globalization and the imposition of standars that have little or nothing to do with local needs. The uniformed man reminds me Glengarry Glen Ross movie every time I look at him.
"Intercambiables" arises from a feeling I've always had when I see war images. I called it "the fallacy of the soldier": at any moment just a single lost bullet can end their consciousness, their reality and ultimately their existence. A small distraction separates them from the deepest darkness. Ironically, being equal in the battlefield makes them…interchangeable.
“Do you remember me?” symbolizes the progressive trivialization that relationships have become in modern society, making the beloved some kind of an object in which we fulfill our lack of self-esteem and ego excess.
Far away from his iconic skull, the real reason of Hamlet's torment comes from the same source of the human consciousness: our brain. Forebrain, midbrain and hindbrain together to give us the capacity to love ... and suffer.
In the construction of mankind, every soul has its own attitude towards life. The blindfold prevents them from seeing where they come from and where they go, but they are free to make their own decisions and deal with problems in the way they want. The texture of the blocks has been created using pumice and acrylic resin.
Attitude related to a problem is 50% of the solution. In this work I wanted to play with the color wheel to cause a particular atmosphere.
Sinapsis (synapse) is the process that connects two neurons. The whole brain act as a single computer that makes it possible to feel, think and create art. This monoprint symbolize the paradox of a piece of art that represent the own source of art.
This artwork is a tribute to my father because it is based on a photo that he took in a trip to Castilla La Mancha (Spain). I like the strength of the composition and the sobriety of elements.