Fluidity II


The art of existence with no distinctive form, in a fluid form, that keeps the object from yielding to any exterior pressures, and has the capacity to change perceptions. What you put in a distinctive rigid form, usually abides to its shape, and what you get as an outcome is not the exact thing you’ve got before conforming to the pressures of that rigidity, it constituted its shape, and therefore its functionality, emotion and purpose. However, when you put the object in an ever so fluid form, without exposing it to the pressure of change, it comes out in any form it desires; bold, raw and beautiful.

Dimensions: 50 x 70cm.
Paper: 150 GSM paper.