Regarding Consciousness (III)


120 x 150 cm | 47,24 x 59 in

Pigment and acrylic paint on stretched cotton canvas.


The details of perception are as blurry and subjective as they can be. Environments and data we vow to exist with no real proof but conjectures, and realities we don’t dare to consider proving that they do.

Consciousness is always subjective and what we humans regard as witnessing, most of the time (if not always) is in fact creating.

The paintings from my Hidden Realities series revolve around the question of human perception and how solid it really is. It is like an ontological expedition in the shape of a chromatic adventure.


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