This piece suggests us that the human desire of control should sometimes surrender to the dialogues that natural forces are proposing us, which many times could shift and disorient us from our patterns of understanding into a new space of, nature influenced, abstracted reality. This position seems to be opposite to the, many times arrogant and destructive, attitude with which humans relate to nature. This work proposes that even our own identity could be complemented or modified if we act responsive, instead of controlling towards nature and other contextual energies. For the realization of this work, my own body went through the experience of trying to produce a certain order or organization in a space of constant flow and movement. My experience of frustration is a metaphoric invitation to experience the self, our own image as a shifting conception, the self image (or portrait) as if it could be mobile rather than static.

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  • Title: Rostro Humano
  • Creator: Javier González Pesce
  • Date Created: 2020

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