The Incorruptible Body
This series portrays apparently genderless children whose eyes are wide open to the world. The eyes themselves are vividly coloured, offering an indication that the child is drinking in external stimuli. A duck or a teddy bear covers the mouth, whilst the symbolic geometry represents changes within the body, dramatising the exploration of an idiosyncratic perception by manipulating personal childhood objects and fragments of a dream-like vision. To a certain extent, it is reminiscent of Dali’s paranoiac-critical method.
“I believe we cannot perceive what is not already contained within us.
Notes on The Incorruptible Body / 2019