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Suffering's Aesthetic serie wants to explore the erotic nature, born from pain; the current impossibility of Thanatos to flow, due to the detachment from animality that makes the human being conscientious. A Thanatos who, together with his death instincts, remains imprisoned in the folds of an institutional reality that alienates him, offering a fleeting eudaemony, lived in an eternal present that therefore leads to transforming the acceptance of death into fear of death. The same fear leads to a search for an eroticism which in its act is at the same time a search for a real time that is finally still and not fragmented, symbolized by the precarious and momentary balance of a physical aesthetic (within its limits of beauty and ugliness) , and of a love in which the self is freed by going to die in otherness. Lifting the body from the narcissistic and depressed ego of an eternal present and of a reality that Han defines as the terrain of a "hell of the same", through pain and nonsense the human being therefore faces the erotic, which pushes towards the acceptance of its finiteness and transience. Love and death form a dichotomy excluded with anguish and fear from today's institutional life, which wants the eternal human being within its functionality, a commodity of its eudemonic market. Eroticism is the light of the "dis-astro" that the individual craves.
Hi, My name is Matt.
I will be happy to see you on my IG: https://www.instagram.com/_exquilibrium_
I work as a freelance artist: cover art, book illustrations, album illustrations, and I accept commissions.
Every work is avaible in prints: canvas, alu, wood, acrylic.
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This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.