Luis Fernando (Colombia)

The simple language of symbols, the presence of color and matter, invite us to feel further from our senses, of evocation or reflection.

The process inherent to each work shows us the presence of matter itself, and through it, the time, the archeology of layers and color, interlacing at the birth of an individual being..

Each history is the same ancestral and archetypical history of that eternal present that dwells inside us.

And to feel through that being that makes presence in front of us, is to participate in one’s history, as a close-up in a mirror, to a now here overflowing from the heart.

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