Acrylic on canvas and on wood
207 x 100.5 x 5 cm. | 81.5 x 39.5 x 2 in.
The horizontally assembled wood painted in copper divides the composition while joining the triangular parts. Contemplation is detained in this central area that seems to deform itself visually, finding folds and shadows that emphasize the ambiguity of our perception. It is the axis from which everything else is formed, the composition, of the world around. It is the axis of the landscape, of the exterior, but in this work, there is also another axis, not so obvious, the vertical one, which is related to us, the bodies that relate to that exterior.