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Distorsio

The brain is “programmed” to see through learning. Most of the times we look at an image in one glimpse. We eat it raw. We recognize it, we label it, and we stock it. And that's the danger. The eager to classify information can lead us in the wrong direction and we're "sure victims". Sometimes, without realizing, we spot a fracture of that speech. Sometimes we feel that something isn't quite right, but we can't actually say what it is, other times we can't spot it at all.

DISTORSIO takes into consideration the situation in witch some messages are served to us as vehicles for "occult" purposes. And because we might not "bite it" some “packaging” is required. This is called Manipulation.

How can we avoid this? In a way, it takes practice. More attention. We are, in a way, forced to be always suspicious, asking ourselves what is behind "the painted thought". Experience taught us that...
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Distorsio 081. 2007. Giclee Print – Inkjet. 71 x 47 cm

Distorsio 072. 2009. Giclee Print – Inkjet. 200 x 130 cm

Distorsio 053. 2009. Giclee Print – Inkjet. 195 x 130 cm

Distorsio 082. 2009. Giclee Print – Inkjet. 195 x 130 cm

Distorsio 049. 2009. Giclee Print – Inkjet. 195 x 130 cm