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Axes and Arrows of Time

2013 - 2019 | Painting and Drawing

Acrylic, graphite, charcoal, chalk, India ink on canvas, linen, paper; 20 x 30 to 140 x 100 cm approximately.

In Physics studies, ‘the arrow of time’ travels from a point forward, always forward. The desire to connect times and ancestries made this series move along axes of unknown rotation, which are not exactly linear, opening up possibilities for other relationships within languages. Hence the name Axes and Arrows of Time adopts the plural to imprint this desire to travel in the times of the possible, the imagined and the remembered.