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I really dig this Horizons collage by Brazilian artist, Cris Xavier. It is small. It is simple. It is amazing.
She does a series of these Horizons where she investigates the perception of landscapes and their constant changes.
I explore the dimensions of time and space, with the intent of displacing ordinary observations – to propose new reflections on transience and impermanence. It says so much with so little. Perfect for small spaces that you don’t want to clutter, but do what fabulous art!
It is inspired by social distancing. She creates and collects these simple landscapes. They are small record of a fragment of time.
At the meeting of two colors, the imaginary line that separates the sky from the earth, or the sea, limits the gaze and covers an uncertain future. The prominence of the sky above the low horizon reveals the human condition from a telluric perspective.
Cris is in the Saatchi gallery. She lives and works in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. If you dig this as much as I do, here is my special link to purchase.
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