Fusion and Absorption
November 14, 2015 > February 6, 2016
An artwork always asks questions.
It doesn’t give answers
We can find them inside of us.
An artwork is almost like a mirror, a catalyst of memories, cognitive conditions, emotions we cannot foresee. It is an encounter with ourselves, our identities and roots.
This exhibition has the ambition to question many topics: the possible relationships between contemporary and ancient art; between art and nature and where their boundary lies. It reflects the collective memory we carry in the culture we belong to and our perception of individual identity; our need for recognition; on the relationship between art and time and it’s capacity to lead us towards a dimension where life and death co-exist and for which the word “immortality” is appropriate.