Paula Meninato (Argentina)

October 26, 2012 § Leave a comment

Separation of Heart and Mind. Chalk Pastels on Drawing Paper: 73 in x 35.5 in, 185.4 cm x 90.2 cm, 2012. 

 Above all, I am determined to create tangible changes in others through my art and activism. However, I attempt to accomplish everything but encounter my own limitations. I aim to seize the day but I often backfire. My art is a reflection of the sentiments that occur during this clash. Therefore, my art is the product of struggle. Moreover, my vision is skewed due to diplopia, an eye problem that causes me to distinguish my surroundings as double. Because my artwork demonstrates my flaws, diplopia serves as a starting point for radical distortions of my corporeal and metaphysical self. 

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