K28151 The Farewell
K28151 The Farewell
Oil pastel on paper
67 x 45 in.
2019
K28195 The City is a Hologram
K28195 The City is a Hologram
Oil pastel on paper
67 x 45 in.
2019
K28196 It's not you it ́s me
K28196 It's not you it ́s me
Oil pastel on paper
79.37 x 59 in.
2019
K28411 Finding Oneself
K28411 Finding Oneself
Oil pastel on paper
60 x 45 in.
2019
K28412 Forsaking God I
K28412 Forsaking God I
Oil pastel on paper
67 x 45 in.
2019
K28413 Forsaking God II
K28413 Forsaking God II
Oil pastel on paper
67 x 45 in.
2019
K28414 Language Disruption I
K28414 Language Disruption I
Oil pastel on paper
28 ½ x 20 ½ in.
2019
K28415 Language Disruption II
K28415 Language Disruption II
Oil pastel on paper
28 ½ x 20 ½ in.
2019
K28417 Sacred City
K28417 Sacred City
Collage
19 ¾ x 16 ½ in.
2020
K28418 Sacred Stone
K28418 Sacred Stone
Collage
19 ¾ x 16 ½ in.
2020
K27499 The last one will remain
K27499 The last one will remain
Oil pastel on paper
76 1/a x 60 1/2 in
2017
K27504 Structural imbalance I
K27504 Structural imbalance I
Acrylic on paper
60 1/2 x 37 in
2017
K27505 Structural imbalance II
K27505 Structural imbalance II
Acrylic on paper
60 1/2 x 37 in
2017

Platz

“My work revolves around the deconstruction and construction of structures. Order and its reason makes itself felt in that which is manifested as a mark of identity, as a limit. One embraces as one’s own what has been learned but there are always thresholds that invite us to disruption, to evolution as the aim of everything created. I looked to the color gold, symbol of spiritual light, life, and rebirth, and of holy, healing and purifying fire. On the basis of that symbology, I used gold in my work to produce a rupture in the color spectrum and in color as technique. Initially, I did not alter the morphology that I have been working with: spatial structures that invite recognition of that which sustains us as well as a possible new order closer to our own frequency through the illumination of gold. In a second instance, I included the circle, symbol of eternity, spiritual completeness and its manifestation in chaos and order. The circle opens us up to heed the transcendental beyond what is learned. The moment we listen to ourselves. I closed the process by including more complex organic forms tied to words and language, the core of our bonds. It is what stifles our fantasy of expressing everything, totality, and what incites us to analyze our reaction to what seems different.”

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