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look at yourself

look at yourself

This work focuses on the spatial problematic. Is it three-dimensional or twodimensional? What are we looking at, is it a building? The sky?

The round shape reinforces a three-dimensional approach as well as a figurative one, while the flat areas call for a two-dimension interpretation and a more abstract look. I leave the viewer to its questions.

Look at yourself, 2009
46cm x 46cm, acrylic on canvas
Private collection


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