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Collage: Paint, Acrylic, Household, Glass, Wood on Glass, Wood.
From the series "Spoils of a Brancaleone".
Time confers on the works that end up remaining in the studio some physical or conceptual wear and, constantly, the artist looking around, considers the need to redesign some of his "creatures" - if not as poetic, at least as a form . And it is in this clash between the past (and its resulting experiences) and the daily reality of the atelier, where this collection that accumulates begins to have the weight of rubble, which the artist seeks, through ideas, techniques, attempts , the successes and the mistakes he has made, his spoils. In an act of detachment, such works and ideas become support for other searches, for new journeys where what seemed to have already been explored reveals other discoveries and new landscapes. This series consists of works done on others that have lost the, say, "tram of history". A kind of self-sustainability in which all the materials used are reuse of supports, shavings and remains of works that, even changing its meaning, still retains some of its history.
Acrylic on trimmings of used wood and splinters of glass in a reused and framed wooden board.
Framed on the borders with black wood, ready to hang.
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