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Painting: Oil on Canvas.
LAST SUPPER was born as a sensation, a pervasive and pleasant sensation that sprang out of the pages of a book: "One hunderd years of solitude" by Gabriel Garcìa Marquez.
It was during the infinite rain that fell on Macondo.
From those pages came out the imagine of an underwater world and that image ended up fusing with the perception of the upcoming end of the world order as we know it.
"Last Supper" represents the final and conclusive defeat, the failure of the attempt of controlling the World, Nature and others.
The man (Cosmos) sitting alone, desolate, dejected, resigned, is defeated.
The three-spatial dimensions (Cosmos) are being gained by Nature (Chaos): Chaos and Life are spheric, are all-directional.
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