The graphic relates the theme of human migration to the eternal right of all living beings to move. The composition of the painting shows birds grouped in nine vertical lines and repeated nine times - an allegory of the time of pregnecy and birth. The black contours, arranged like letters in an as yet unknown written form, allude to migration as a natural way of creating a new identity. It is not yet fully understood, but it is already visible.
An empty space appears in the right part of the composition, a reference to all attempts to stop this process, which are, however, doomed to failure. We are witnessing the change in our culture, it is taking place before our eyes. Nobody knows what our common, assimilated life will look like in 100 years' time. We can be sure that it will be very different from what we assumed.
2016. Graphics. Limited edition 9/10 + 2AP. Print on the cotton Fine Art paper, 830×1400 mm (630×1200 mm without borders)


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