After earthquake in Kathmandu I
Contemporary art painting by the artist Amanda Wild. This acrylic and inks painting on tarpaulin is a unique and original artwork.
Size : 71 x 110 cm
"Would this joy have been so intense without the underlying anxiety that was chasing me earlier?" The work of artist Amanda Wild revolves around this duality. These contradictory emotions that constantly collide but also complement each other in a fruitful opposition. Solo trips are the trigger of her work, since they are a vector of this exacerbated emotivity. "Feeling alone in this world offers a feeling of extreme fragility offset by a feeling of huge joy to reach its full potential."
The painting "After earthquake in Kathmandu" is a contemporary reinterpretation of the Vanitas.
This artwork finds origin in the post-apocalyptic spaces that the artist photographs during her travels. For Amanda Wild, these places are a root of inspiration whose singular beauty reminds her of the vanitas of the Renaissance. "Individuals no longer seem to consider these spaces simply because they are not in the original order of origin. And yet beauty lies in everything, I wonder if people don't unconsciously renounce these spaces, only because they cruelly remind us that time is passing ... "
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- Acrylic And Inks On Tarpaulin
- 71 X 110 Cm
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