Still air

I have chosen the “Still air” as the title of this series not merely to associate it with air pollution but to refer to stagnant air, stagnant breath, breathing of thought and the physic which represents the content space of our life and prevents us from thinking, freedom of thought and speech.
To me, having a traditional look at the elements such as locks and keys or old medical tools and including them in the hidden layers of my works entails an unbreakable relation between tradition old memories and inseparable from life. And sometimes they have a power to stop life breathing, Even if it’s modern.
Here takes place a limitless dialogue between I and memories that, through a light and extensive movement, is hidden under layers of transparent paint and proceeds, in a narrative background, to a point where abstraction and reality exist. A gentle movement in tunnel of time.