We need to work to challenge the stereotypes of traditional masculinity, but doing so without destroying character. We can only do this through Radical empathy. But being radical means you have to be active, and how can you be more active than proclaiming this motto out loud?
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From the series “In the absence of God”, oil and pencil on paper, 28 x 40 cm. The medieval illustrators represented animals that they had never seen, described by others, or derived from mythology. This generated monstrous creatures. From here comes the idea of a common set of animals, which are deformed with the help of redundant decorative codes. These artworks are made on paper overlaying subsequent layers of oil painting and pencil drawing (I often use graphite not only to emphasize the traits but as a colour itself, to fill and darken entire areas of the drawing). Original available for sale. www.saatchiart.com/ico71
Tags: chameleon, imaginary, compassion, animal, pencil
From the series “In the absence of God”, oil and pencil on paper, 28 x 40 cm. I imagined a different evolution of lizards. I imagined that they were able to develop a lovely characteristic, and so that they could lead to compassion sadistic children. With this new feature, were they be able to avoid being dissected? From this little joke was born the idea of a private evolutionary series, which is the ironic gratification of the personnel need to create.
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