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Drawing: Charcoal, Graphite, Ink, Spray Paint on Paper.
The pictorial work in which he works is born in the unconscious. There's no starting point, just faces of people who only
exist in spaces without references, allegories or symbols. Different levels of their own identity cross the protagonists in
Cathexis’ works, exposing the harrowing and fragile humanity represented in the intimidating, and in some cases,
Silent faces gesticulate words in situations that we will never know, but that we can intuit from our own experience. As
if we were accomplices of that situation, we can see ourselves projected in that mirror image. The work talks about the
annoyance of contemporaneity where the subject strips himself his humanity, throwing himself into conformism. They
reflect the resigned-discomfort of suffering the weight of their own alienation.
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection