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Painting: Acrylic, Watercolor, Color, Paint, Wood on Canvas, Wood, Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric).
The figure, the form, the symbol, sustains the idea of a being living anywhere, in mechanical routines in a patented imposition of the irreversible mark of time. Once with other records, as butlers, without much room for maneuver, sometimes breathless, forced!!! To availability, to the agreement of someone (superior), orders force the necessity of an explosion, to hide, to camouflage itself, to take refuge in supposed escapes, when possible ... and even today. The will (of the not) is nullified by the need for survival. Of necessity, (today I do not feel like I do not want to, but it has to be); (I will not, but it has to be); (Today is this, but it has to be that); (...); (...) ... The obligation without color, in color becomes the vast non-emancipation, .... Where we almost stagger as goods for export. Putting an end to the obligation is difficult because man was born free, nature has freed him, releasing himself equally, in a spirit of union / disunion, but others, others always assume themselves as their spiritual guardians and guides, feed on your life, replace your conscience, gag your mouth
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