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Printmaking: Aquatint, Etching on Paper.
This achromatic cycle represents a graphic simulation of chaos caused by a natural disaster, after which the precisely defined forms of reality lose their clear contours, dissolving into abstract blotches of deadness and nothingness. The laws of the matrix perfectly simulate the consequences of chaos, the disharmony of the still landscapes, desolated by the ruinous energy of nature.
Using black and white contrasts and grey gradations, I am emphasizing the dichotomies and the extremities of today – in our seemingly intact world, one cyclone can set into motion destructive calamities which upset the “perfect” order, demonstrating the dark side of reality in a disrupted harmony between man and nature.
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