These works were conceived during the pandemic which has taught us to reflect on the fact that one must be prepared to change plans at any time.

The world does not follow a precise or predictable model, so in the course of our life we ​​must also accept chaos, a space left to chance, a sea of ​​confusion inside and outside of us, where it is almost impossible to predict the effect of certain events. The unpredictable and the uncontrollable are always around us. The flap of a butterfly’s wings can cause a hurricane on the other side of the world.

But it is also true that chaos and disorder, if we are open, are a source of creativity, innovation and rebirth. Life is born from the void, from the Big Bang and therefore there can’t be one without the other, there can’t be light without darkness, order without chaos in continuous movement and transformation.

Order is the basis of what we think works but taken to the extreme brings limitation, rigidity and lack of life. Therefore, what we judge as ugly, fearful, critical, messy, crazy, unpredictable, is essential for our growth, for our rebirth to the awareness that we are human beings with powers not yet explored. Reading our life in terms of chaos (birth of life) and order (immobilization of life) offers us an unusual opportunity to see how balance is established within us in every area of ​​our lives.

Unique work.

Giclée print on baryta paper under Plexiglas.