Precarious tower Painting by Justine Formentelli

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Precarious tower

Justine Formentelli

United Kingdom

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Size: 19.5 W x 25.6 H x 0.1 D in

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Painting: Acrylic on Paper.

n this teetering stack series, my aim was to create a precarious balance that translate the vulnerability of human existence. By presenting a stack of things and shapes the verge of collapse or dispersal, I wanted to express the relentless and possibly futile human effort to go on and build (a sense of self, a life, accomplishments, a legacy), to find significance and meaning despite the incoherence of the sum of fragments. 
I specifically thought of Sartre who writes about “the constructions created by people to hide the anguish of an incomplete existence”.


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