"The Other Face of Art"

Art has always been a message. Whether it's a canvas, collage, sculpture, fresco, architecture, theater, music, word, or object, art has always had the right and duty to communicate. When we observe a work of art, we are drawn in, shaken, intrigued, and fascinated. What is there of that art in us? It's like looking at ourselves in a mirror. We had never seen ourselves like this before. Proust argues, 'Every reader, when he reads, reads himself; the writer's work is only a kind of optical instrument he provides the reader so he can discern what he might never have seen in himself without it.' The history of art has gone through countless stages and has always been the subject of scrutiny, investigation, and debate. What if that debate were also internal? Because the other face of art is nothing other than the observer, the invaluable critic, the consumer of the work, and at the same time, the keystone of its interpretation. In this exhibition, the artist offers the observer simple yet evocative forms. A primordial symmetry points the way, like an arrow, to the path to travel through embryonic worlds to the form of the animal. Man takes on the role of the architect, creator of the space that participates in his-its own creation. The Indian myth of the Avatara is a powerful interpretive key, and Luz is the seed of language.