Paper collage 24 x 32 cm
Madrid, January 2019
A brief statement on this collage:
"The poster is torn like rocks rip the sea. Acid colors cover the ocean and try to recreate a horizon, an artificial landscape. The outlook is flattening and seems to predict an uncertain future: The poetry of destruction may be beautiful but is not a place where people can live."
This piece is the cover of the NY magazine Cut me up, issue 3 "Tabula rasa"
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Cut me up issue 3 cover
Cut Me Up Issue 3: Tabula Rasa offers 18 original artworks made in response to curator Todd Bartel’s call asking artists to reflect upon the condition of the planet.
The works in this issue address environmental issues of land ownership, destruction of resources and sustainability. These images also acknowledge the privilege of whiteness, consumption at the expense of inequity, and the white supremacy built into the fabric of our nation.
Tabula Rasa artists explore landscape through visualizations both of the destruction wrought, and through the potential of restoration and reclamation.
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