IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE
Jacques Lacan states that reality is 'impossible to imagine'...in contrast
with the imaginary and symbolic functions of the body.
I am interested in definitions and understanding of the body.
What does a body mean? How can we build or to build a body?
In this series I want to represent how the force of the body can be used for
stand up to social injustice, sexism, aggression, violence and the
I do not intend or want to use traditional body realistic approaches, but
my personal way of expressing the presence, absence and isolation of the body
in a physical and philosophical way.
Taking flowers as my main source of inspiration, symbolic y
figuratively, i decided to create crudely formed jewelry objects y
The bodies (flowers) become abstract images, built from
small fragments representing different expressions of mental state y
Different textures, different parts, some hairy, some soft, some
cracked like wounds...
Each of them tells a seemingly random story, according to mi
own interpretation of the flower as a cultural, social and religious symbol.