"Résurgence," 48" x 36"
Oil on cradled wood panel.
48 x 36 x 1.75 in.
"Two bodies that attract and dissolve in an abstract landscape. The paradox of the stealth of a remembrance and the place it occupies in memory is discussed here.
This piece is part of a series where I explore the reminiscence of desire. Focusing on perceptive memory, I try to render the images that my brain constructs when memorizing the lover. To me it's partially sharp on some details and very abstract at the same time. Did you ever try to analyze in which form your mental images come up when thinking of memories?"
Self-taught figurative painter Tania Hillion is interested in the place occupied by the image of memory. The memory we want to leave or the memory we have of others and situations that strike us.
"As long as I can remember, I have always been marked by the diversity of faces: The differences that make us uniquely human, but also those that inhabit our own identities. The face is the world’s first witness to our existence, it reveals as much as it conceals. It tells a story from which everyone can have their own interpretation. It is an inexhaustible subject.
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Equipped with gallery wire on the back for easy installation.
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